Thanks for your input, I appreciated. I am basing my estimates on "their" GPA and the 4 classes I will be taking, which is 4 points, and 3 points if I get a 3.5 GPA in those classes (7 total), which I think it is a fair guestimate as one never knows what can happen (I would rather assume low v. high). TEAS I am using worst case scenario of maybe in the mid 70's which will give me 4 points I think, which is a total of 11 even if I score mid 80's I would get a minimal bump of a point or two... Being realistic and protecting my interests, I think I have no chance of getting in, and that is because I have not taken a lot of courses at Goodwin to bump up my points, which is unfortunate. I also hate the fact that they are not transparent at all. I had to come to forums such as this one to be able to get answers, they never answer your questions directly. They also never told me that the clinicals are a lottery based system, I know one can swap with another student but that is a risk which I cannot afford with two kids at school, or home during summer time. I am not willing to get $10k in debt without even being in the program. Again,@rnhopeful82 thank you very much for doing Goodwin's job of honestly informing prospective students, Goodwin should pay you, :)... I really see no reason to go to Goodwin now, after seeing how secretive they are and all $$$ I have to pay, while Capital, Naugatuck CC are almost free and no gimmicks. I am so turned off from Goodwin now, I feel like I want to campaign and inform everyone. I do realize, Goodwin might be great for some, but not being transparent it just hit a nerve with me. Even my advisor did not give me an answer when I asked her about the point system.