Published Jul 27, 2001
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What are your GPAs?
I have not started clinical yet, my GPA is 3.88 so far. I know clinicals are harder. Planning to cut down on working hours next year to gain more reading time.
I would love to get at least 3.9 on my GPA and I know I have to work very hard to reach that but I am planning to have a group study. Well guys the time is drawing nigh and we just have to have our minds made up to work very hard.
At this point and time I have only had 3 classes, and I have A's in all of them. I don't expect to keep that average, although it would be nice. I don't want to put undue pressure upon myself to keep a 4 point though....for the nursing program I need a 2.5. I would like to stay above 3.o though.............
shyviolet78, LPN, LVN
3.4, thanks to a "C" I got in my economics class a few semesters back. The kicker is that I don't even need economics for my degree!
3.50 so far.
Carried 17 credits this semester (summer) and no longer have a butt (worked it off studying! LOL!)
Carrying 18 in the fall, but it's got to be easier having almost 16 weeks to do it in!! Only had 6 for each summer session (had A&P I and II, along with other core req's).
Good luck to all!!
OMG!!! 17 credit hours for SUMMER??? You are my new hero. We are not able to take that many courses for summer classes and i dont think i would still be alive trying to juggle that course load. Especially in an 8 week semester. And you had to do it all in 6 weeks. With that many courses per semester, are you going to be graduating early? Congratulations on keeping your grades up with all those classes.
I have only taken one class(A&P I) but i dont know how GPA's work. We have to get a 78% to pass and i got a 99% in that class so i guess i would be at a 4.0 right now. I hope to be able to keep a 3.5 average till i graduate. I can't wait til fall semester starts.
OK I am a *huge* nerd. People tell me that all the time. I have a 4.0 gpa right now, with 30 credits completed. I have 40 more credits before I will graduate with an ADN. I would love to be able to keep that GPA, but I don't know how difficult the actual nursing part of it is going to be. I need at least a 3.2 to maintain my scholarship.
I plan to work my butt off, keeping my grades as high as humanly possible....
I have a 3.96- ny nsg. is a 4.0, I got a B in a general ed. history class! How dumb is that?
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