Okay.. I've always wanted to do this but I didn't because I'm really embrassed to announce my GRE scores.However, I really need advices to see what my chances are in getting in a msn program.
I'm a foreign grad from a mandarin speaking country. I have a bachelor's degree in nursing and one year of acute medical experience in a teaching hospital in Boston.
My GPA is 3.67. TOEFL: 267. GRE: V-330, Q:700. A:4.0.
Should I retake my GRE? I'm picking up my books again but it's so painful to go through the process. What are my chances in getting to a MSN program?
Especially if I'm going for schools
in the top 50?
Any advice would be helpful. Thanks a bunch!
Sep 25, '06
Quote from vtprenursingstudent
Also and this may seem like a dumb question, how do they calculate your GPA, ie does it include every class you are reporting or just your GPA at the college you last attended?
Actually I'm modifying this. It depends on the school. One grad school said it was only the GPA for your original undergraduate degree. They stated if I took 100 hours and got a 4.00, it wouldn't change my undergrad GPA, and that's all they care about.
Last edit by mvanz9999 on Sep 28, '06