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UOIT RPN-RN average? 2020

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by cayxxo cayxxo (New) New Student

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I am just completing my RPN diploma and am applying to bridging programs. The only one I really want to go to is UOIT. The website says it is highly competitive with an 85% average cut-off last year. I understand this changes from year to year, but I am wondering what my chances of getting accepted with a 3.9 GPA are? Also how do I calculate my average since all final grades are shown in letters and not percentages. 

Thanks!

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194 Posts; 1,834 Profile Views

What school are you doing your RPN at? If your school's highest gpa is 4.0, you should be able to get in without any issues.

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2 Posts; 46 Profile Views

Seneca, I believe 4.0 is the highest GPA

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194 Posts; 1,834 Profile Views

yea you'll be good no worries.

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17 Posts; 91 Profile Views

How serious are they with repeated course on transcript

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194 Posts; 1,834 Profile Views

When I applied, I don't remember them saying anything about repeated courses but I would email them to double check.

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