kelches 316 Views
Joined May 12, '09.
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Thank you so much for your input. I looked into one accelerated BSN program and they require the GRE because you will graduate with a few grad credits. The school is a long shot but I thought I should at least try, the worst they can say is "no."
I have a Bachelors degree in Public Health and I am also a Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES). I have worked in the wellness field for almost 3 years now. How much do you think that will weigh in nursing school acceptance? My cumulative gpa is below a 3.0. I do realize I may have to retake some classes and/or take a few extra to boost my overall gpa. Does doing well on the GRE or NET test make up for a crappy transcript? Am I better off applying to a private school? Or just applying to multiple schools and having everything else on the application be stellar? any suggestions? I'm starting to panic a little!:imbar
Any help will be greatly appreciated!!!!
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