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I'm getting B's in ADN school. Can I still get into a good BSN program?

by Catman4626 Catman4626 (New) New

I'll try and make this short and sweet.

I'm an LPN going back for my ADN/RN. I took a year of prerequisites, and earned a 3.7 gpa.

This fall I took 2 RN nursing core classes, and got a B in both of them, bringing me down to about a 3.5.

Is this a decent GPA to get into an RN to BSN program? I'm looking at Illinois State University.

And what is a competetive GPA to get into a good NP school?

Any input is greatly appreciated.

Shookclays, ASN, BSN, CNA, RN

Specializes in Psychiatric RN & Retired Psychiatric CNA. Has 2 years experience.

I received a C in Chemistry this semester. I literally only went to class maybe ten-fifteen times. *transportation issues*. I believe that there are many RN-BSN programs that will accept you even if you have a 2.5 GPA. Now grad school is a different monster to tackle.(that's what I'm worried about :arghh:).