What was your GPA, when you got accepted into nursing school? - page 6

There seems to be a lot of questions on how important GPA is to get into a program. So I decided to start a thread where people can see , and average them out. We can all speculate on the... Read More

  1. by   bravera
    I was accepted to a BSN program with a science/program/pre-req GPA of 3.72 and an overall cumulative GPA of 3.65
  2. by   gisellev2012
    GPA in high school- 3.5
    GPA before nursing school- 3.2
    GPA during nursing school- I pray to God it's higher than what I got right now!
  3. by   sr20alex
    GPA 2.8
    Science 2.3

    REALLY low,

    But I got into a LVN program at a ROP school. So there is hope for those out there. Probably wont be able to get into a bridge program for awhile until I bring up my grades, but who knows!
  4. by   MissChloe
    I had a 3.425 in my previous degree and that's what I had when I got accepted to the program. I have a 4.0 in pre-reqs at the school where I'll be starting nursing courses next semester.
  5. by   cookiemonsterpower
    I got accepted into all the BSN programs I applied to. (2 private and one public) Start in Fall 2013.

    Overall-3.84 (AA)
    Last edit by cookiemonsterpower on Jun 23, '13
  6. by   Mandy0728
    I only applied to one BSN program & our university solely looks at cumulative GPA. I applied with a 3.47. I applied for spring semester & from what my advisor has told me, a 3.34 is usually the lowest to be accepted each year so I pray that I'm in the running!
  7. by   melissa392
    Just got accepted for the fall ASN program with a GPA of 3.25.
  8. by   Bubbly26
    GPA when accepted. 3.4
  9. by   ATBStudent
    3.0 but I have a bio degree and scored in the 99th percentile on TEAS. Starting my associates to bachelors program in August =] yay
  10. by   Just A Wanderer
    3.78, I think (based on 24 units).
  11. by   SopranoKris
    Pre-req GPA: 4.0, cumulative GPA 3.9

    Halfway through nursing school, overall GPA is still 3.9
  12. by   SarahB0703
    I got accepted into an ADN program with a cumulative GPA of 3.29. (From 90 credit hours taken at a university) I am currently waiting to see if I will get accepted into the BSN program at the university that I've been attending for almost 5 years now. They don't go off of cumulative GPA though, they go off of the combined GPA of all 8 pre-requisite classes & the Science GPA for A&P I & II & Organic Chemistry. They are based on a point system, so you get more points the higher those GPA scores are. You also get points for work experience, taking all of your pre-requisites at the university & points for all 4 areas on the TEAS Test. We'll see! Anxiously awaiting a letter in the mail!
  13. by   meeep
    Quote from SopranoKris
    Pre-req GPA: 4.0, cumulative GPA 3.9

    Halfway through nursing school, overall GPA is still 3.9
    That's awesome, Kris! I always hear from people that I'm going to lose my 4.0 once nursing school starts in the Fall. I really hope that's not the case! You give me hope!