I am currently in my last semester before applying to Lord Fairfax Community College. Frankly, I am burnt out. So far I have maintained a 4.0 in all my pre-reqs, however, this semester, I just don't think I am gonna be able to pull off straight A's again.
Right now I'm taking math (but math is developmental so it is ungraded, only pass or fail), developmental psychology, survey of chemistry, and anatomy and physiology 2. I expect A's in everything except A&P. I will probably get a B in that.
So my question is, what was your GPA when you applied to nursing school?
I wouldn't be worried about anything except, my school only counts the GPA from the last 12 credits you have taken when selecting applicants. This makes me feel like all my hard work in previous semesters is worthless.
I am planning on applying to both my school's RN and LPN program.
Also, as a side note: Do you think LPNs will be phased out? Can they be?
I just would love to hear other people's experiences (especially if you are going to LFCC!). The school makes it seem as if everybody has a perfect 4.0 to get in, and that stresses me out ALOT!