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Bridging program requirements?

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by nessaantolin nessaantolin (New Member) New Member

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Hi everyone,

I'm really hoping someone here will have some answers for me as I am stressed out and frustrated about my situation. I am an RPN from Toronto looking to do a bridging program to RN. My GPA is not the greatest (3.2) and I also have one failed course from second semester. I took the class again at another campus with another professor and ended up getting an A. Are there any other schools that would accept me for the program? I know there are ways to upgrade your admission average but I'm worried that won't matter because of the one fail that I have. I just really don't want to spend money applying to schools if that fail is just going to haunt me anyway.

PS - correct me if I'm wrong but I have not been able to find anything about failed courses in the Conestoga and Mohawk websites. Did I just miss it or is this just a known fact that they didn't bother putting it up there?

Thanks for your time!

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Check out UOIT, my classmate previously failed a course in RPN but upgraded and was accepted. You just need a competitive GPA for that school.

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GBC_Student has 5 years experience as a BSN, LPN, RN.

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I did my rpn through GBC, failed patho, retook it in the summer at GBC and got a much better grade. When I graduated my GPA was only 3.0 and I was still allowed unto the rpn to rn bridge at gbc/Trent.

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