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St. Johns River 2019 Program Applicants

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by SAtk04 SAtk04 (New Member) New Member

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Hey everyone, I am moving to Florida in Spring 2019 and want to apply to the Fall 2019 semester for nursing at St. Johns River. I've done some research and have a few questions that maybe you guys can help me out with. I understand that they can score/rank you off of either your GPA or HESI, whichever one you apply with. Do they look at cumulative GPA or just the prerequisite GPA? I have my general Associate of Arts degree, will that make any difference with anything or no? Also does anyone know what their average entrance/acceptance statistics are? I keep finding mixed info and I'm worried about getting in, I only have three years of living in Florida before moving again so I have to have a backup plan in case I don't get in since I won't be apple to wait and reapply.

Thanks!

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I would like to know as well. I plan on applying in fall 2019. 

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rleah works as a CNA.

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So, it has been about 2 years since I went through the application process, so some of this might have changed. You could apply with both your HESI score and/or GPA. My rotation we were told the lowest GPA was around a 3.6-7 and the lowest HESI was a 92. GPA was based of your pre-recs. Prior degrees did not factor into selection(at least on paper). The fall is currently when the most seats are open. 36 at OrangePark and 36 at Palatka when applying you can select one campus or both.  Selecting both gives you much better odds. I think they said over 200 applied. I hope this has been helpful

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