For those of you in the bay area (San Francisco), I'm hoping you might shed some light on my current predicament. I'll be applying to BSN programs for Fall of 2014.
I have a cumulative GPA of 3.5 and this B in my summer Microbiology course bring my science gpa down a bit...I have a B+ in Chemistry for Allied Health and A's in both Anatomy and Physiology. I'm also a licensed CNA and volunteer at a hospital. I'm a bit older, 37 having had a very successful previous career in radio.
I know science gpa's are weighed heavily in this highly competitive and impacted area. Will a B in Micro ruin my chances? Is it worth it to consider taking the course again in the spring and aim for an A?
If any of you in the bay area that have been accepted into a BSN program would be willing to share your GPAs and experience it might give me a broader perspective of my current situation. Thanks!