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This is a discussion on Hunter College Nursing Program in New York State Nursing Programs, part of New York Nursing ... Hi! Has anyone attended or plan on attending the Hunter college Nursing program?If you got accepted...by LAROSILIERE7 Apr 23, '06Hi! Has anyone attended or plan on attending the Hunter college Nursing program?If you got accepted to the program, please state your College GPA when you applied to the program and your score on the NLN exam.I got accepted to Hunter college for the Fall 06 semester(Transfer) and I'm interested in the Nursing program.Any usefull advice would be appreciated.For those who plan on attending, your advice would be appreciated aswell.Thanks!!!
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- I got accepted into Hunter as a transfer student as well. I got accepted last year but could not attend for medical reasons. If I do not get into the nursing program at the CC I am currently attending I will be going to Hunter. I heard the nursing program is tough but good.
- Apr 24, '06 by LAROSILIERE7How tough is it to get in???? DO you know?
- I have heard that it is pretty tough. I was supposed to apply for the fall 06 semester but could not. If I do not get into the program at my current school I am planning to apply for the fall 07 semester at Hunter.
- Apr 24, '06 by LAROSILIERE7NurseTracy ., did you know that you have to be a student at Hunter before you can apply to the Nursing program?
Yes, I was supposed to attend last year and declared my major as History but due to a medical emergency I was unable to attend. They said I can apply for readmission for this fall and when i am attending starting in September I will apply for the nursing program.
- May 1, '06 by mariesmistHi, I'm graduating from Hunter's nursing program this June. It is pretty rigorous, but I don't feel it was too difficult. It's definitely a competitive program to get into, because you are competing against many good students. They accept about 80 students, I think. My class now has 70 or so. My GPA and NLN were both much higher than what you hear about as the minimum to get in. I'd say you need at least a 3.1 and 120+ on the NLN. Good luck!
- Jun 29, '10 by CariocaRNI getting my ASN soon and my plan is to apply to Hunter as a transfer and take Statistics and some other required classes there in the spring and then apply for their RN-BSN program in the fall.
Has anybody done that?? Does anybody know if the GPA requirements are just as high for the RN-BSN program??
Any info would be appreciated.