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    Univ Wisconsin Milwaukee CON (BSN) grades as follows:
    A 95-100
    A- 93-94
    B+ 91-92
    B 87-90
    B- 85-86
    C+ 85-84
    C 79-83

    Anything below a 79 and you can not progress in the major, and must repeat the class until you earn at least a 79. Not for the faint of heart.

    JC

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    Hello there,

    I'm wondering what kind of grading school you have (or had if you're graduated now) in your nursing school. At the University of Portland an A is 95-100, A- is 91-94.9, B+ is 88-90.9, B is 83-87.9, B- is 80-82.9, and a failing score is below 73.

    I'm trying to see if this is in-line with other nursing schools in the area. It seems like our A range can be near impossible sometimes. Especially since we don't round up or down (i.e. a 94.82 is a 94.82 or an A-).

    Thanks,
    Evan
    Univ Wisconsin Milwaukee CON (BSN) grades as follows:
    A 95-100
    A- 93-94
    B+ 91-92
    B 87-90
    B- 85-86
    C+ 85-84
    C 79-83

    Anything below a 79 and you can not progress in the major, and must repeat the class until you earn at least a 79. Not for the faint of heart.

    JC

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    I'm excited to be back in college at 43 and haven't been in a classroom for 20 years. I'm seriously considering a second career in nursing, motivated by what I perceive to be an exciting, challenging, flexible, and rewarding career path.

    My first college experience culminated in 73 GenEd credits and a 2.033 GPA. I never declared a major.

    I was lacking direction, motivation, conviction, and overall commitment to my education in my younger years. I could not feel more differently now.

    The good news is I have ample opportunity to elevate my GPA.
    Will CRNA schools still consider me if I can deliver 3.3-3.5 for my forthcoming 95 credits and a BSN?

    I understand many/most CRNA programs also require the GRE, and likely consider NCLEX scores along w/ other assorted criteria as well. I expect to be close to 49 or 50 if/when I apply.

    PLEASE those w/ firsthand experience and knowledge, I am grateful for any information you can share with me regarding what is my best shot.

    Much Thanks,
    JC



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