Jump to content



First of all, I want to thank my "all-nurses.com" community for being a friend and guide for me always. This site and all the members have always given me the right guidance. This is where I always come if I have any doubt or concerns. Hence a big THANK YOU and HUGS to all you.

I have a question if someone starts few classes from one nursing school and then decides to apply to another school. does she have to provide her transcript to this new school (she is applying to) even if she does not want the credits.

I will appreciate your answers, please thank you.

Double-Helix, BSN, RN

Specializes in PICU, Sedation/Radiology, PACU. Has 10 years experience.

The only reason I can think of that you would not want to provide the transcripts is because of poor grades. Whether you have to submit the official transcript or not will depend on the requirements of the individual school/program. In virtually every application, however, you will have to provide your GPA. And the GPA will generally have to be supported by documented proof.

My school required all transcripts. I didn't want to supply one (the school was bought by another school so I wasn't sure where to get it and I already knew that they wouldn't accept the credits) but I was required to track it down anyway.

Check with your school. They are the ones that make the rules.

TheCommuter, BSN, RN

Specializes in Case mgmt., rehab, (CRRN), LTC & psych. Has 15 years experience.

Moved to the Student NP forum for more replies.