So I re-calculated my GPA. My BSN GPA is 3.65 currently, with 5 classes to go. My ADN thru Excelsior was 2.52. So my cumulative right now is 2.69. I have tons and tons of CLEP and DSST credit, with only 33 credit hours making up the 2.52 GPA. I have some room in my BSN free electives that I can fill in with community college courses before I graduate. I have a total of 39 letter graded credits for my ADN/BSN, the rest are credit by exam, CLEP/DSST. Since I am still in process of completing my BSN, do you think it may be wise to take a few community college credit courses to use as free electives and make A's in them to bump my GPA. If I get all A's in my remaining BSN classes, I'll be at 3.1 cumulative and 3.91 BSN. I'm thinking about a few Edukan courses like Medical Terminology and other health related courses. Also, my science GPA is 3.0.
That way, my cumulative is improved to 3.1, BSN will be 3.91, Last 60 credits will be the same as cumulative because that will put me having only 62 letter credit class/grades, since most are CLEP.
Does this sound like a plan?