I was wondering if any could educate me as to my chances of getting into an ABSN program in Michigan. The only reason I am asking is because my situation is slightly odd. First off I will be receiving my BS in August in Human Biology from Michigan State University. Some of my lower level classes (including some of those required for pre reqs) didn't go exactly magnificent. Two of the big ones were chemistry one and two which I earned a 2.0 and 3.0 in respectively. However that being said as you would expect from a degree called "human biology" there have been more than a few 300-400 level classes everyone of which with the exception of 2 I received no less than a 3.0 in. Those classes were Bio Chem, Pharmacology, Toxicology, Genetics, Epidemiology, Physiology, and Anatomy. Also for the past 3.5 years I have worked dorm security at night. Three of those years I have been a supervisor. During the school year I am not allowed to work more than 29 hours a week (federal law for university employed students) but I have always tried to get as close to 29 hours as I can. However during the summer I have always worked aprox 30 to 40 hours while still taking classes. All of this while helping out my two disabled parents back home in the metro Detroit area and managing to volunteer one semester at a local hospital.
That being said I have a 2.989 GPA right now and will be coming back in the fall to finish up the rest of the pre reqs for the nursing program at MSU and Wayne State. Now also I am not trying to be a jerk here so please don't take this the wrong way but I am also a guy which I understand gives me more desirable. Nothing personal ladies but that is just what I have read around on the internet. I am hoping to attend MSU since I really do like it here and I understand the program is highly rated. Thanks in advance for the help.