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University of Arizona HESI A2

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Hi everyone! I was hoping I could find some other pre-nursing students who are applying to the University of Arizona, and are willing to share their HESI A2 scores. I'm so anxious to know where I stand, and if I have a chance for an interview.

Here are my scores:

Reading Comprehension: 88%

Math: 98%

Grammar: 90%

Vocabulary: 92%

Cummulative: 92%

HI Mislas2 - Can I ask where you live? Are you in Maricopa county? And are you heading straight to ASU from school or are you going via one of the community colleges here?

Hi, I live in Tucson and I went to Pima Community College. I never attended ASU. I plan to attend UofA.

Sorry - my fault. I misread that as ASU. So, I am assuming you already have your pre-reqs from the community college? I obviously can't speak directly for UofA, but assuming you have a decent GPA (3.0 and above is usually required for nursing, I think) - generally A's and B's, my guess is you'll easily get an interview. Those HESI scores are excellent!

Yes, I have taken all my prerequisites except for one, but I will be finished with it before the Fall start of the program. Have you heard of any other people that have applied and received an interview, and what their scores/GPA were? I have a 3.85 GPA and one class in progress.

Yes, I have taken all my prerequisites except for one, but I will be finished with it before the Fall start of the program. Have you heard of any other people that have applied and received an interview, and what their scores/GPA were? I have a 3.85 GPA and one class in progress.

I had a poke around the UofA website and couldn't find any specific information regarding GPA or HESI score requirements. My personal opinion (and it is just an opinion) is that you should easily get a place; both your GPA and your HESI scores are great!

I'm sorry, I don't know anyone who applied there personally. However, I do know that for my BSN the University requirements are a 3.5 GPA and over 90% HESI - and you beat both those. I'd be surprised if you have trouble getting a place.

I suggest you contact a member of the nursing faculty at the University. Maybe even go in in person to look around. There is certain to be a nursing advisor who can give you much better advice than anyone here as they can be specific to you and your situation, and they know the requirements of the University.

Best of luck to you!

Thank you so much for the advice!!

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