Pre-nursing DUD student help, What are my chances of getting into a nursing program? - page 2
I would like to know how they calculate your pre-nursing GPA? If you repeated classes, do colleges include that into your GPA for the prerequisite classes? My accumulative GPA for college right now... Read More
Apr 30, '09Occupation: Medicare Analyst Joined: Jul '08; Posts: 11As long as you don't flunk out of any sciences course you are fine. Make sure your GPA stays high.
and Yes, though they are more expensive, private university are alot easier to get into.
May 3, '09Occupation: mommy and student Specialty: CNA ; Joined: Nov '08; Posts: 76; Likes: 4thank you tinkerbell that is good information to have and a 2.8 is a B and a 3.6 is an A basically a 75% is a 2.0 and anything after that and above is another point up like, 76% is a 2.1, 77% is a 2.2 and so forth anything 95% and above is a 4.0. And we use the percentage to determine the grade!
May 3, '09Specialty: Emergency ; Joined: Sep '08; Posts: 1,233; Likes: 154oh well lady. that is NOT how its done down here. a B is a 3.0, and an A is a 4.0, so you're gpa is not as bad as you think down here in texas.