MCI Newport News, Riverside or Sentara nursing schools?? - page 2
Is there anyone considering MCI or Sentara or Riverside Hospitals for RN programs? I am so confused on what to do. I met with MCI today and they are very expensive, however it is certainly the... Read More
0Dec 10, '10 by Dvldlphn32Quote from hurtin tncc studentI am not sure about the GPA needed for the program. I had a 3.5 from my previous degree and I was told that was awesome by my adviser, but I found it just average. So it makes me wonder what kind of GPA's do they see?Hi, I am new to this site so please bare with me. I am currently a nursing student at TNCC and new to make a 90 on one of my nursing finals. If I don't make it, I was wondering about transfereing to MCI. What type of GPA do you need and will my NUR classes transfere? Any info I would really, really, really appreciate. Thanks!
My classes transferred with A's, I have heard from some other students that if your grades are below a B they will not transfer.
I can tell you that our grading scale is insanity! You need a 76% to pass every class, The grading scale is (3% and up A, 83 (I think) and up a B, and 76 to 81 is C. There is no D in the grading scale. You have to get a 3.7 GPA to get any honors.
I hope that helps! Interviews are going on now for the Jan 24th program start date.