hi everyone i'm new to this forum, but so happy that i found it.
so i'm doing my prereqs right now, so far gpa looks pretty good i was majoring in law in different country and had 3.1 cumulative gpa, but currently it is 3.8 at a community college that i'm taking my prereqs at, took ap 1 - B, micro - A, lifespan - A, pschycology - A, nutrition - A, and taking the rest in fall and spring. my main question is if i (hopefully) do good in HESI do i have a shot because i have no prior experience in healthcare? i'm in houston area which i think is crazy competative. never even volunteered, which i was thinking about, would that help when it comes to admissions, or is it not an important criteria since it's not really a real paid job? i have a baby so i'm staying at home right now, but trying to keep up with school. i read someone else's post that they had a 3.65 in prereqs gpa and 3.1 in their previous major gpa and DIDN'T GET IN so that scares me! if they look at OVERALL academic performance is having a 3.1 in law major worse than not having any previous education?? so if that's the case should i retake my general education classes like math, comp1&2, sociology, computer skills, arts and etc. here i.e. at an american school and not mention my previous coursework in law from another country? and last thing is it true that its easier to get in in spring than in fall?
any feedback will be appreciated, thanks guys and good luck!