C's get degrees - page 2
Anybody get any C's in there undergrad coursework and get excepted. I'm getting a little nervous in a statistics course. If so, did you have to explain at your interview? tHANKS FOR ANY REPLIES!... Read More
Jan 24, '08Occupation: RN Specialty: 4 year(s) of experience in NICU, CVICU ; Joined: Nov '04; Posts: 159; Likes: 16Quote from NurseAbbyRNUsually, any school will give you credit for the transferred classes, but will not include those grades into your GPA for that school.cathys01
I am simply going by the gpa provided by my school. I currently attend an online RN-BSN program where I have completed 156 credit hours of the 180 necessary for graduation. This institution has my transcripts from the my other schools, and when I look under my degree audit/gpa area of the website, it is stated that I have a cumulative GPA of 4.0. I suppose it wouldn't hurt if I contacted my academic advisor to ask if this is correct.
I have four different GPAs, one from each of the schools I have attended. But my CUMULATIVE GPA can only be figured by adding all the hours together with all the grade points for each school then calculating it separately.
Example: let's say you attend school 1, which shows your GPA as 4.0, but you've also previously attended two other schools, with GPAs below:
school 1: 40 hours 160 points 4.00 GPA
school 2: 36 hours 140 points 3.88 GPA
school 3: 44 hours 154 points 3.50 GPA
your cumulative GPA = 120 hours/454 points ==> 3.78 GPA
Hope this helps with calculating your actual cumulative GPA...since that is what the schools will want to see when you apply for a CRNA program (along with a GPA for science/math, the last 60 hours GPA, nursing GPA). All of these can be calculated yourself so you can see where you really stand.
Mar 18, '08Joined: Mar '08; Posts: 4What school did your buddy get into with a 2.8 GPA? What did he do to set himself apart from the other applicants? Any info would be greatly appreciated.