I'm applying for an accelerated bridge to MSN program that uses 5 criteria equally to determine acceptance: undergrad gpa, personal interview, professional references, TEAS score, and personal statement essay.
I feel confident about everything but the undergrad gpa - I got a degree in another field and had so-so grades, around a 2.9. However, in my nursing pre-reqs I have a 4.0. Not sure what that elevates my total gpa to. My first choice school requires a 2.6 in pre-reqs, and says the average entering total gpa is a 3.2.
If I DON'T get in the first time around, can any of you recommend courses I can take to further demonstrate my commitment to the field and also raise my gpa?