Hello, I created this post to see the overall applicant pool applying on Fall 2013 for the academic year 2014-2015. I wanted to open a new thread for those of you who are planning to apply to the BSN prelincensure program to SFSU, to share additional information, support each other, and to see how fierce the competition will be for this upcoming academic year.
TEAS V Score:
I haven't finished all of the requirements but when I do I'll update it.
Overall GPA: 3.55
Prereq GPA: 3.44 (still need physio lab and anatomy)
TEAS V Score: N/A (still in progress)
Supplemental Criteria: over 100 hours at SFGH (multi-cultural/health-related work), 3 semesters of Spanish (bilingual), and letter of recommendation (if applicable).
Thank you all and I wish all of you the best of luck, may the odds be ever in your favor!
Jun 15, '13
Hi there! I still have to take physiology and I am retaking chemistry to bump my grade up from a B to an A lol. I need to take the TEAS still also. I'm a 2nd bachelors student.
Overall GPA: 3.65
Prereq GPA: 3.8
TEAS V Score: N/A
Supplemental Criteria: For health-related work I currently have 210 volunteer hours from various departments that all include patient contact. Currently I am still volunteering in an Emergency Department so I should have at least 60 more hours by the time I submit my application. I was also just hired for a full-time position in a hospital that allows me to make non-clinical contact with patients. I also have 41 hours of multicultural work in an Alzheimer's unit at a nursing home.
Sep 11, '13
Hello! Im also applying for Fall of 2014.
TEAS V Score:86.7
Supplemental Criteria: Volunteer hours at UC Davis and Kaiser Permanente
Sep 18, '13
MY CURRENT STATS:
Overall GPA: 3.86
Prereq GPA: 3.73 (still need physio lab and micro lab)
TEAS V Score: 87.3
Supplemental Criteria: Bilingual. 40 hours tutoring at-risk youth (multicultural experience).
Oct 3, '13
Overall GPA: 3.93
Prereq GPA: 4.00 (if this doesn't count nutrition...nutrition is the only class i've ever gotten a B in ;___; )
TEAS V Score: n/a taking it next month
Supplemental Criteria: Bilingual, economically disadvantaged.
Has anyone else noticed that the program went from 3 years previously (from what I last checked earlier this year) to 2 years for the fall of 2014?
Additionally, is anyone else a little worried about SFSU's NCLEX pass rates?...
Oct 31, '13
I know this is for the Fall 2013. Congratulations to those who got in and are still in the Program!! I recently got accepted for the Spring of 2014. I was wondering if anyone had any advice regarding housing (I am not enrolled for on-campus housing), how the program is, as well as working while attending school. Are you guys going to graduate in two years? When I look online I see 4 semesters. Anything you can tell me about SFSU's BSN program would be awesome! Thank you!
Nov 14, '13
Did anyone else see that they're going to be doing interviews now??
Dec 14, '13
Yeap, I am a little anxious about those interviews! I'm also surprised there's not a lot of activity in this thread
Jan 6, '14
hey everyone, hoping you're all stress free during this nursing app season (ha, jokes).
here are my stats:
Prereq GPA: 3.86
Overall GPA: 3.84
Teas V: 88%
Supplemental: 120+ hours of volunteering = 1 letter of rec.
good luck on interviews!
Jan 7, '14
TEAS V Score:87.6%
Supplemental Criter: bilingual, 200+ hours of volunteer expirience, 2 letters of rec :-)
When do we hear about interviews?
Jan 8, '14
"In addition, please be aware that we may conduct applicant interviews during the first week of February or March. Specific dates/times will be sent to applicants by mid-January."we should know pretty soon!
Jan 15, '14
Below are my stats:
Overall GPA: 3.54
Prereq GPA: 4.0
TEAS V Score: 90%
Supplemental Criteria: 120 hours volunteer experience
Jan 21, '14
Has anyone heard anything? I assume they'll be interviewing students in the middle of the pack. From what I've heard they've already tossed out people they aren't even considering, and decided who they'll be accepting no matter what. My guess is they'll be interviewing those who don't fit into either of those categories to round out the program.
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