CEP Point System - page 2

Hi, I met with a nursing advisor yesterday, and was explained the point system. I forgot to ask him though what the average points are, for the people getting into the CEP program. I am... Read More

  1. by   gwccstudent
    There is a post on the Maricopa nursing Facebook page with people already in the program saying what their points would have been using the new rubric. Very helpful.
  2. by   Kandyce
    Hi Jen91! I'm applying to the CEP program this January as well! I truly hope you get in!❤️ Same to you Sayla. Also, AmyAnn00: if they have multiple people with the same amount of points, then they start looking at exact GPA to break the tie. So yes, two people with a 3.6 GPA and a 4.0 can have the same points, but if there is a tie the 4.0 will win.
  3. by   Sayla
    Quote from Kandyce
    Hi Jen91! I'm applying to the CEP program this January as well! I truly hope you get in!❤️ Same to you Sayla. Also, AmyAnn00: if they have multiple people with the same amount of points, then they start looking at exact GPA to break the tie. So yes, two people with a 3.6 GPA and a 4.0 can have the same points, but if there is a tie the 4.0 will win.
    Thank you Kandyce. I wish all of us will be accepted this time. What is your status? Are you done with your hesi and all the prerequisites?
    Yes...I totally agree with you that they have created the point system to select the top students easily, and then they will further break down the gpa, hesi score, and the previous degree. A student with a 4.00 gpa, 98% English composite or math score, and a Master's degree holder will be prioritized over the student who has 3.65 gpa, 95% English composite or math score, and an Associate degree (even though initially both of them receive exactly same points). So, students who have 4.00 gpa, and higher degree in their pockets should not get mad at others
  4. by   -BSN
    I just messaged the placement team and they said it was going to be released on the first

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