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What is the mark to pass to next semester for the pn program?

vanessaaa vanessaaa (New) New

hi does anyone know what mark to maintain once in the program, to go into second semester for PN. for anatomy and math(pharmacology) I heard its a 50 but I'm not sure. can someone please verify? thanks.

Rose_Queen, BSN, MSN, RN

Specializes in OR, education.

You will need to speak with someone at your school as each school may have different requirements. This is not a question AN can answer, especially without naming the program.

the practical nursing program. what average do i have to maintain in the program at GB?

Rose_Queen, BSN, MSN, RN

Specializes in OR, education.

Again, you need to ask your school. This isn't a message board specific to GB, whatever that may stand for. There are many students and graduates of programs all over the world from many different times. Even if there were someone here who had attended your school, the requirements may have changed.

the practical nursing program. what average do i have to maintain in the program at GB?

You must maintain at least a 104% average, with no one grade slipping below a 100%.

Seriously, do you think there is only one practical nursing program in the entire United States (or Canada)??? How on earth can we possibly know what the requirements are for an unnamed school in an unnamed state in an unnamed country???

Pepper The Cat, BSN, RN

Specializes in Gerontology.

the practical nursing program. what average do i have to maintain in the program at GB?

As Rose_Queen just said, you need to ask your school these questions. We gave no idea what school you are attending and what the requirements are.

Meriwhen, ASN, BSN, RN

Specializes in Psych ICU, addictions.

It really depends on the individual program. Some programs have 70% as passing. Others use 80% as the minimum pass grade. And my program using 70% as the lowest passing grade means nothing if your program says that their minimum passing grade is 75%

Seriously, you REALLY need to ask someone in the PN program that YOU are currently enrolled in, in order to get the most accurate answer.

Best of luck with your class!

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