My wife is an RN, and I have heard second hand through her of people being rejected several times. Other Nurses have discussed it with her since I'm applying to the program. Mostly they talk about some ridiculously high GPA that is needed for the CCBC program, near 4.0. Thats BS, I think some who have been rejected are not completely honest about their GPAs and that causes some confusion among others trying to get in. If you have C's I doubt you will get in if your pre-recs are not done. If you are done your pre-recs and have C's you should try to replace them with better grades, and the higher the TEAS score the better. Teas is an indication of how you will do on the nursing boards. If you have taken BIO 110, BIO 220, BIO 221 and BIO 230 and score poorly on the science portion of the TEAS that is a good indicator for the SHP of what your RN boards may look like after your nursing classes. Like I said before, finish all pre-recs, get rid of the C's and get at least an Advanced Teas score and you should be golden. I am not condemning anyone with this post, believe me, I'm as stressed as you are, I'll be glad when this **** is over!