My apologies, it seems that I didn't really make myself clear. I am graduating from the program in 2 weeks, so I already know what my final gpa is. That's why I was so upset. I needed a 90 on my final and got an 89.54 and they don't round the Hesi for us, so I came up short by less than 0.1 points.
As for the depression, I was able to get out of it after a year and a half of therapy. So I'm fine in terms of that! I don't need any help anymore, I've been good. I've just been trying to fix the mess that I made with my previous grades. I know that I am completely capable of excelling in a graduate program, my only problem would be actually getting into the program
And honestly, if you have nothing nice to say, please don't say it at all. We as nurses are supposed to be compassionate, supportive, and understanding. I am sure that you had to take a mental health nursing course at some point in your program. How am I any different from any of your patients who has severe depression? Is it okay for you to tell your patient to "suck it up"? I would hope that that's not the type of nurse that you are. Insensitive and judgmental. Everyone is different and handles their situation differently. I was an 18 year old in the U.S. by myself with little to no support, and I was going through a very rough time and did not know how to handle it. So please do not come here and tell me how I should or shouldn't feel or act based on your biased opinion.