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WGU Indianapolis Prelicensure

Hi all! I have recently graduated with a degree in Health Science from Ball State University and decided to go back for nursing. I started nursing at Ball State and through personal circumstances and the state of being I was in at the time, I failed out. After turning my life around I was able to be on dean's list each semester after my major change and bring my gpa back up to a final cumulative of 3.1. My question is, does anyone know if that will affect my entry in to the WGU Prelicensure program?

Also, if I take the TEAS V exam on December 1st here and get all of my other application requirements for the prenursing, when will I be able to begin IF I am accepted?

Also, does anyone know specifically how competitive the Indiana program is?

Hi all! I have recently graduated with a degree in Health Science from Ball State University and decided to go back for nursing. I started nursing at Ball State and through personal circumstances and the state of being I was in at the time, I failed out. After turning my life around I was able to be on dean's list each semester after my major change and bring my gpa back up to a final cumulative of 3.1. My question is, does anyone know if that will affect my entry in to the WGU Prelicensure program?

Also, if I take the TEAS V exam on December 1st here and get all of my other application requirements for the prenursing, when will I be able to begin IF I am accepted?

I'd apply. I think you'll get in. I'm in the Indiana program. As for when, that I'm not sure about. It won't be that long. Usually a new cohort starts every 2-3 months. I'd just call and see when the next cohort starts. The enrollment counselor should know.

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