I'm applying to Wright State University's nursing program
at the end of this year. They grade on your pre-requisite GPA, cumulative GPA, HESI score, and an interview.
I'm so terrified I won't get in and all this work will be for nothing.
So, I'll ask you!
My pre-req GPA is going to be between 3.406-3.531.
My cumulative university GPA is around 3.563-3.6.
I've taken practice HESI tests and usually recieve between a 88-92%. I take the real test this winter.
I have no criminal record and already have CPR certification.
I can do interviews and have been practicing my answers to basic questions for a pre-nursing interview based on Google's results for the matter.
My advisor is so nonchalant about it, like she's not worried in the slightest and told me to stop fretting but nursing is so competitive! How can I not worry?
Do I have a shot at this?
Also, any tips or experiences you have are very welcome and very appreciated!