i have also had a couple of classmates who got accepted to uta all of them told me that they do not go off of gpa alone, they go off of your attitude. meaning when you make your appt and go to the office to turn in your transcript they make a copy of your driver's license/ i.d. and they usually give you a hard time about it, all the while they're documenting the whole encounter. one of my classmates said that in her class (that was admitted) there were people with 4.0's, 3.0's and 2.7's so she knew for a fact that they don't go just off of gpa.
also, now you have to take pharmacology, and two other nursing courses as pre-reqs so i guess they will see if you can pass those courses first, because uta nursing program requires you to have a b average on every exam. which means you can turn in all the homework and classwork you want if you make less than a b on the exams you're on probation.
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uta is the same way about taking people that took their prerequisites there. i am studing for my act right now so i can get into uta to finish my prerequisites there, and at least have a shot at getting in. i have a friend that is about done with her prerequisites for nursing and she said everyone she knew that applied to uta was turned away. she said they are taking people with degrees and uta students with 4.0. once they are done accepting them they have very few spots left. i'm really nervous about getting in anywhere.