i go to a community college in virginia beach. i had a really rough time last semester... i took 14 credit hours on top of having a huge amount of personal issues. i got c's in all of my classes, including 2 of the pre-reqs a&p 2, college algebra, and intro into healthcare. in the nursing info packet it states that you must receive a c or higher to even be considered, and i got an a in a&p 1, and in all of my other courses i have a's, with the exception of 2 b's. before last semester my gpa was 3.2, and now it is 2.8!!!! also, in the nursing info packet it states that to be considered the student must have a 2.4 gpa on a 4.0 scale... so it looks like i am ok, plus i have 1 more class that i am taking that is a pre-req that will count towards the gpa. i know that nursing school is highly competitive, but if they will not accept me based on my gpa, then why put in the info packet that a c or higher is needed, or that a gpa of 2.4 is needed? if it is so competitive, why not put that someone must get all a's and have a 3.5 gpa? i am just really confused of what will happen to me, and just really disappointed in myself. i have been working my butt off for 2 years now, and for 1 semester to ruin it all! i should get a letter this june, and i am just so nervous! will the deny me? will they wait list me? will they tell me to take the courses and up my gpa????