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by JMG2207 JMG2207 (New Member) New Member

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Hi everyone,

I have applied to San Diego State's nursing program, and I hope to be accepted in the fall. My question is, how good of a chance do I have of actually getting in? I have very good grades, but no work or volunteer experience, and very little "leadership". I am fluent in spanish, though. I think the maximum number of points I can achieve on the point system is 72 out of 77. For those of you who have been accepted, how hard is it really? Thanks so much!

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CityKat is a BSN, RN and specializes in Trauma.

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Hi everyone,

I have applied to San Diego State's nursing program, and I hope to be accepted in the fall. My question is, how good of a chance do I have of actually getting in? I have very good grades, but no work or volunteer experience, and very little "leadership". I am fluent in spanish, though. I think the maximum number of points I can achieve on the point system is 72 out of 77. For those of you who have been accepted, how hard is it really? Thanks so much!

Hmm..I don't remember exactly how much volunteer and work experience is, nor leadership. But, I thought it was more than a total of five points, if what you're saying is correct of the total number of points being 77. I thought you could achieve an additional 5 points for volunteer alone. I don't remember though. Being fluent in Spanish is GREAT! I think as long as you have mostly A's in your prerequisites, you'll be fine. Of course shooting for the maximum number of points in every category is what you want.

I was planning on applying a few years back before making the move to NYC for nursing school. I remember the program being difficult to get into, but it's a good program, so I hope you do:)

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