MCI Newport News, Riverside or Sentara nursing schools?? - page 2
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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 quickest, but is that the best and... 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.