I'm kinda scared. I applied just to an ADN program at the school I having been attending. This program works where some prereq's are allowed during the program,but I have finished them all. A good number of ppl are finishing this semester and courses required can be based off of midterm. (blah!!) I currently have a 3.77 gpa with 62 credit hours. (A in micro & a&p 2 , B in a&p ) I made composite score of 94 on the hesi (above 92 on the sections given) I am taking classes this semester to pass time. I have all A's at midterm (they check midterms for all applicants) they are all classes that can be translated into the nursing field as well like phlebotomy for one. If i finished as strong, I would be at a 3.8 something. I wanted to apply to two BSN programs but I was a class short for both and another ADN program,but i felt confident in this one. Now, Idk. I HEAR it is very tough to get in what do u think my chances are w/only about twenty spots ??
Oct 21, '12
Two of the classes I am taking are used for BSN, but I would still be short one class for both schools I was considering(not the same class btw). I have faced that fact I couldn't apply just yetbut the other ADN program I could've but didn't b/c I was like I'm getting in for sure. Now, i just caught a case of self-doubt, but if I am turned down (knocks on wood) I will apply for a bsn in the spring for fall term. I'm really glad you think so as well! I heard a few stories about 4.0s & above 95% tests scores & not getting in but I dnt believe it much. Unless they weren't finished with the classes absolutely mandatory or had a felony or something or to sike ppl out. I'm just afraid there may be others that outshine me. I just wanted opinions from ppl who aren't friends/family/foes for honest answers who know how the process can be.
Last edit by Nursepsp2b on Oct 21, '12