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Generic Track

The Generic Track serves the education needs of students who want to become nurses but who have no prior medical or healthcare education background. The generic tracknursingcourse work is planned to be completed in a four-semester time frame after degree prerequisites are completed. A student entering this track has three years from initial enrollment date to complete degree requirements.

Degree curriculum plan:Nursing: Generic, A.A.S.

Generic Degree Plan Fall 2015 | pdf

Career Mobility Track

The Career Mobility Track serves the education needs of students with prior education and work experience in the medical field who wish to become registered nurses.The Mobility Track requires a one-year time frame, to include three (3) consecutive semesters. Theory course work is done on-line, however, all clinical labs are supervised bynursingfaculty in local healthcare facilities. Students admitted to the Kerrville campus have both course work and clinical laboratory work provided in that area unless some optimum learning experiences can only be provided through the San Antonio campus or San Antonio clinical facilities.

The Career Mobility Track offers anursingstudy option for

  1. Licensed vocational nurses (LVNs) or licensed practical nurses (LPNs) with a current Texas nurse license and a practice record in good-standing with the Texas Board ofNursing; or
  2. Military service members and U.S. military veterans who completed training within the last ten years as Army Combats Medics, Navy Corpsmen, or Air Force Medics.

Degree curriculum plan:Nursing: Career Mobility - LVN to RN, A.A.S. / Military to RN, A.A.S.

Career Mobility Plan Fall 2015| pdf

Official Application Filing Periods

  • Generic Track (Fall & Spring semester only)
  • Career Mobility Track (LVN-RN, Military Medic – RN; 3 consecutive semesters).

In order to coordinate admissions with the Texas Board of Nursing, application deadlines for either a fall, spring or summer admission are set to accommodate Board review.

Spring Term

to include Kerrville-LVN to RN site

Apply: June 1 – Aug. 31

Summer Term

ONLY Career Mobility (LVN-RN, Military to RN) Starts mid-May

Apply: Sept. 1 - Nov. 30

Fall Term

to include Kerrville Generic site

Apply: Nov. 15 – Feb. 15

Multicriteria Admission Policy

Admission to the nursing program is competitive, with applicants providing evidence of previous successful educational accomplishments awarded higher standing in admission consideration. The Admission and Progressions committee review applicants and determine conditional admission based upon multicriteria that includes:
***Career Mobility applicants require #3 for admission and part of the application process.***

  1. Degree required prerequisite courses with a minimum GPA of 2.8 or higher at time of application. We accept grades of “C” or better.

a) Science courses must to be completed PRIOR to applying with GPA 2.8 or higher. GPA calculation of science courses for admission includes repeated science courses:

BIOL 2401 Human Anatomy and Physiology I - BIOL 2401 must have been completed within 5 years if transferred from another college or university.

BIOL 2402 Human Anatomy and Physiology II - Prerequisite is completion of BIOL 2401. BIOL 2402 must have been completed within 5 years if transferred from another college or university.

BIOL 2420 Microbiology for Nursing and Allied Health – Prerequisite is completion of CHEM 1405 OR CHEM 1305 and 1105. BIOL 2420 must also include a lab component. If transferring from another college or university, completion must be NO more than 5 years old.

b) General education courses required - at least 3 of the 4 courses must be completed PRIOR to applying. Any remaining prerequisite course needs to be completed prior to starting the nursing program. The courses required are:

ENGL 1301 Freshman Composition I

PSYC 2301 General Psychology

PHIL 2306 Introduction to Ethics

PSYC 2314 Lifespan Growth and Development

c) GPA is calculated by course grade points added together then divided by number of courses (Course grade: A=4, B=3, C=2, D=1, F=0) = GPA

2. Standardized entrance exam ATI Testing of Essential Academic Skills (ATI TEAS) All applicants must take and submit an ATI TEAS Nursing student assessment exam. The San Antonio College Nursing Program will be accepting the ATI TEAS 6 and 7 only.

All following requirements must be met.

a) ATI TEAS score to be submitted by deadline date of application period. APPLICATIONS WITHOUT A TEAS SCORE SUBMISSION WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED FOR ADMISSIONS.

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b) ATI TEAS score must be submitted by the application deadline and cannot be more than 1 year old.

c) 1 point per testing category (Reading, Math, Science & Language usage) is required.

d) Minimum of 4 points must be achieved in order to be considered for admission

You are allowed to take the TEAS twice within the application period. There is a 30 day wait time so you can study.

Although 4 points is the minimum requirement, to increase your chances, it is best if you score higher.


Required but consider retaking

Retake TEAS


80 or above = 2 pts;

56 - 79 = 1 pt.;

55 or below = 0 pt.


85 or above = 2 pts;

66 - 84 = 1 pt.;

65 or below = 0 pt.


80 or above = 2 pts;

46 - 79 = 1 pt.;

45 or below = 0 pt.

Language Usage

80 or above = 2 pts;

61 - 79 = 1 pt.;

60 or below = 0 pt.

3. Career Mobility Applicants ONLY - As part of the admission process, you are required to take the National League for Nursing (NLN) NACE I: Foundation of Nursing assessment exam and achieve a score 70% or higher. You can download the details regarding the NLN exam by Clicking Here or you will receive it within the email confirmation once you apply to the SAC Nursing program.

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Application Process

Steps 1 - 3:

Application Steps Below: Step 1 - Apply Texas application for NON Alamo Colleges District students; Step 2 - Nursing program application (on website) required of ALL applicants; Step 3 - Application requiremets - the Multicriteria Admission Worksheet can be found for downloading and reference.

Step 1

Apply & Enroll in San Antonio College

All applicants for nursing studies MUST be fully enrolled in San Antonio College.Submit your application through the Apply Texas website and verify that you are applying for the semester that you will be entering.

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Step-by-step information on the enrollment process can be found in.

PLEASE NOTE:Individuals need to be 18 years or older to apply for the Nursing Program.

Step 2

Apply to the Nursing Program

Applicants need to complete and submit an online application to the SAC Nursing Program using Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge.

Nursing Program Application

Once submitted, an email confirmation will be sent to the email address you provide on the Nursing Application. Please read through the email for additional information.

PleaseNote:All additional documentation including transcripts and TEAS scores can be scanned and submitted with the applicationunder “Upload Transcript.” Name/identify the document by using the “College/University” area. Once the application is closed, you can not update your application.

Application process takes 1 to 1 1/2 months aftertheclosingof the applicationperiod.Initially, notification letters will be sent to the personal email address provided on the Nursingapplication. All subsequent emails will be sent to ACES email address ( It is the responsibility of the applicant to maintain appropriate contact information at all times.

Onlyapplicationsthat arecompletewill be reviewed for conditional acceptance.Incompleteapplicationswillnotbeconsidered. Submitting incomplete, misleading, or fabricated information on the student admission application or any admission document is reason for dismissal of the student from the nursing programat the time the breach is discovered. Students are strongly encouraged to retain original copies of all documents submitted as part of the application packet.

Step 3

Mandatory Requirements

Download and Review the Multicriteria Admission Worksheet| pdf, October 2019

TEAS Exam:

All applicants must take the ATI Testing of Essential Academic Skills (ATI TEAS) Nursing assessment exam. Testing must be within 1 year of application to the San Antonio College Department of Nursing application. Testing can be completed at San Antonio College or if taken at another location, applicant is responsible for submitting their scores to San Antonio College Nursing Program.

Information on the TEAS (Nursing) assessment test, how to prepare, dates to take the test, and fees can be found

Other Course Work:

Successful completion of other degree requirements isalso required for the nursing program admission:

  • ENGL 1301
  • PHIL 2306
  • PSYC 2301 & 2314

Students requesting to enroll in BIOL 2420 Microbiology & Pathology/BIOL 2401 will be required to complete the Chemistry prerequisite prior to enrolling in Microbiology. Chemistry 1405 or Chemistry 1305 and Chemistry 1105 may be required by transfer Universities for completion of a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN).

Mandatory Courses & GPA:

Once admitted to SAC, the three degree-requirement courses* essential for admission are:

BIOL 2401
BIOL 2402
BIOL 2420 or 2421

Science GPA must be a 2.8 to be considered.

Please note that on the Multicriteria Admission Worksheet the Multicriteria score is the 1st score and the Science GPA is the 2nd score considered for conditional acceptance.

*These courses must be completed prior to applying to the SAC Nursing program. If completed at other colleges or universities, courses must be transferred to San Antonio College and posted to the student's academic record by the Office of Admissions & Records.NOTE: If these courses are being transferred to SAC, they cannot be more than 5 yrs. old.Allow up to six weeks for the processing of transfer credit. Having all course work posted to the applicant record will allow nursing program admissions officials to access course grades for the consideration of the applicant.

PLEASE NOTE:Lack of grades for required course work means the applicant will not be considered for admission. It is the applicant's responsibility to make certain all transcripts reflecting degree-requirement courses are evident in the admissions record.

Applicants to the Career Mobility Track (LVN to RN, Military to RN)

  • You will also need to provide evidence of current Texas vocational nurse licensure or certification of medical military specialties.
  • Military mobilityapplicants must provide a DD 214 form, a Joint Service transcriptand/or performance reportsindicating completion of programs for Army Combat Medics, Navy Corpsmen, or Air Force Medics within the last ten (10) years. In addition, official documents which validate clinical experiences in military medical-technical roles advantage the applicant for consideration.
  • Completion of NLN testing.All applicants applying to the Career Mobility track are required to take the National League for Nursing (NLN) exam; NACE I: Foundation of Nursing as part of the application process. Applicants will be emailed details regarding the NLN exam when they receive a link in the confirmation email. The link provides dates and times of testing. Instructions on how to register for the test is also included.
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All applicants offered admission to a program in the School of Nursing will be required to undergo a background check and, in compliance with clinical agency requirements, show written evidence of a proof of:

  1. good health (current immunization status check page below for details as 1 immunization takes up to 6 months to complete and proof of no active tuberculosis)
  2. current Health Care Provider cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR) card in Basic Life Support for adult, child and infant (American Heart Association or American Red Cross required)
  3. a negative drug screen
  4. current medical insurance coverage throughout the enrollment of program

More information about these requirements can be found on the following pages:

Background Checks
Health Screening, Immunizations, and Functional Capabilities

Update 11/04/2021

Contact Us

Dr. Tonya Maunsell
ADN - Interim Executive Director
Nursing & Allied Health Complex, Bldg #33 Suite 378



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GPA requirements depend on the type of nursing program you want to apply for, but most programs require at least a 3.0 GPA or higher. However, due to the competitive nature of nursing programs, most schools prefer a 3.7 to 4.0 GPA.

How can I get into nursing school with a bad GPA? ›

How to Get into Nursing School with Bad Grades
  1. Research What's an Acceptable GPA in Nursing School. ...
  2. Apply to Multiple Schools.
  3. Also Apply to ADN or LPN Programs.
  4. Re-Take Classes at a Community College.
  5. Apply to a Private University.
  6. Consider Online Nursing Programs.
  7. Meet with an Admissions Advisor.

What is the acceptance rate for UT Health San Antonio nursing? ›

The UT Health - San Antonio acceptance rate is 80%. Popular majors include Nursing, Emergency Medical Technician (EMT Paramedic), and Dental Hygiene.

What is the acceptance rate for UCSD nursing? ›

USD has an acceptance rate of 59%, which means it is fairly selective. Take that into account when you are working on your application and gathering requested materials.

How do I make my nursing application stand out? ›

Your application needs to reflect why you'll be an excellent fit, which means a mix of professional, personal, and academic accomplishments. While it's important to meet the minimum nursing school requirements, it's also important to illustrate who you are and why you dream of becoming a nurse.

What is the lowest GPA accepted to nursing school? ›

While most nursing schools set their minimum GPA requirements at 3.0, there are accelerated nursing programs out there that accept students with 2.7 and 2.8 GPAs. Keep in mind that this doesn't mean you'd receive a lesser nursing education with these programs.

What is the easiest college to get into for nursing? ›

  1. Cox College - Springfield, MO. ...
  2. Finger Lakes Health College of Nursing and Health Science - Geneva, NY. ...
  3. Ameritech College of Healthcare - Draper, UT. ...
  4. The University of Saint Francis - Fort Wayne, IN. ...
  5. Mercy College of Health Sciences - Des Moines, IA.

Is a 3.3 GPA good enough for nursing school? ›

GPA requirements vary from school to school, and some early admission nursing programs require an even higher GPA of at least 3.8 or higher (weighted or unweighted). In general, you can expect that any highly competitive nursing program will have a high GPA requirement for applicants.

What state is the easiest to become a nurse? ›

Easiest states to become a nurse – Length of licensing process
  • Maine: 1-2 weeks.
  • Maryland: 2-3 days.
  • Missouri: 2 weeks.
  • Nevada: 1-2 weeks.
  • North Carolina: 1-2 weeks.
  • North Dakota: 1-2 weeks.
  • Texas: 2 weeks.
  • Vermont: 3-5 business days.

What nursing school has the highest NCLEX pass rate in Texas? ›

Texas State University

What nursing school has the highest acceptance rate? ›

Which nursing school has the highest acceptance rate? There are several nursing programs in the US with 100% acceptance rates, including the Lubbock Christian University, Clarion University of Pennsylvania, and Oklahoma Wesleyan University.

What is the acceptance rate for Nightingale School of Nursing? ›

Nightingale admissions is not selective with an acceptance rate of 100%. The regular admissions application deadline for Nightingale is rolling.

What is the easiest nursing school to get into in California? ›

Easiest nursing degree program to get into in California

Cal Poly Humboldt has an acceptance rate of 85%, with an SAT range of 970-1190, making it the least exclusive college with a nursing program on our list.

What is the highest GPA for nursing? ›

Requirements. After acceptance into the nursing program, each student must maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale for coursework in the nursing major to remain in the nursing program.

Is a 3.8 GPA good to get into nursing school? ›

For example, a GPA of 3.8 or higher ensures you'd be a competitive applicant at most nursing schools. However, a 3.5 GPA may be competitive at schools with a 3.0 requirement.

Why do I keep getting rejected from nursing school? ›

You may not have been accepted into a nursing program if you haven't finished your prerequisite classes for nursing school. Most programs have general prerequisite classes, but some programs may have specific classes they expect students to complete before acceptance.

What looks best on a nursing school application? ›

What do Nursing Schools Look for in Applicants?
  1. Prior educational success. Why it's important: You must meet specific academic requirements to qualify for enrollment in nursing school, no matter where you apply. ...
  2. Compassion. ...
  3. Communication skills. ...
  4. Self-discipline. ...
  5. Passion for nursing. ...
  6. Organizational skills.
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Do you get a rejection letter from nursing school? ›

Nursing school rejection letters are more common than you might think. Many wonderful nursing students and nurses have had to apply 2, 3, even 4 or 5 times before they were accepted into a nursing program.

Can I get into NP school with a 2.7 GPA? ›

Many schools will require a 3.0 GPA to get into nurse practitioner school. Based on the type of NP program you are applying for (MSN or DNP), your GPA will be calculated from your bachelorly or master's degree coursework.

What is the average college GPA of nursing students? ›

Average GPA: 3.53

(Most schools use a weighted GPA out of 4.0, though some report an unweighted GPA.

Can an average student become a nurse? ›

To start nursing school, you don't need any prior nursing experience or healthcare education. All you need is a high school diploma or GED. Once you are accepted, your journey to RN begins! You can become an RN in 2 to 4 years by studying for an associate's degree (ASN) or bachelor's degree (BSN).

What is the hardest class for a nursing major? ›

Pharmacology. Pharmacology, or the study of medication, can seem scary because of the sheer scope of the course. "It becomes one of the hardest classes for nursing students due to the depth and amount of knowledge needed," says Megan Lynch, RN and instructor at Pima Community College.

What is hardest field of nursing to get into? ›

Here are just a few of the specialties our readers mentioned — along with a little insight into what makes these nursing jobs so difficult.
  • Oncology. There's no surprise that this specialty is near the top of the list. ...
  • Hospice. ...
  • Medical-Surgical. ...
  • Geriatric Care. ...
  • Emergency Room. ...
  • Psychiatry. ...
  • Correctional Nursing.

What is the least common nursing degree? ›

The DNP is the highest possible degree for nursing practice, what is called a terminal degree. As of 2025, new certified registered nurse anesthetists must have a DNP. This is the least common degree for RNs. In 2022, only 2.7% of RNs reported a DNP as their highest level of nursing education.

Can I be a nurse with a 2.5 GPA? ›

Yes, it is possible to get into a nursing program with a 2.5 GPA. Many programs accept students with a lower GPA. It may take some extra work from you, though, especially if you are applying to a school that typically requires a higher GPA.

Can I raise my GPA from 3.3 to 3.5 in one semester? ›

If you have a 3.0 GPA and 15 credit hours, by earning straight A's during your next (15 credit) semester, you can bump your GPA to a 3.5. However, if you have already earned 60 credit hours and have a 3.0 GPA a straight-A semester will only bump your GPA to a 3.2.

Is 2.8 GPA good in university? ›

A 2.8 GPA is equivalent to 83% or B letter grade. The national average GPA is 3.0 which means a 2.8 is just a bit below average.

What state has the lowest RN salary? ›

As of 2021, Hawaii tops the list at 119.3, while Mississippi comes in lowest, at 87.8. Adjusting each state's average RN salary by its cost of living index gives us a potentially more accurate means of comparing where nurses get paid the most.

What state pays the most as an RN? ›

Top 10 Best Paying States for RNs
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  2. Hawaii. ...
  3. Oregon. ...
  4. District of Columbia. ...
  5. Alaska. ...
  6. Massachusetts. ...
  7. Washington. ...
  8. New York.
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What state pays more for RN? ›

The more education, job responsibilities a nursing professional has, the higher pay they may earn. Alaska, California, Florida, and Oregon are the four highest paying states for nurses and certified nursing assistants.

How many nurses fail the NCLEX the first-time? ›

What Are Your Chances Of Failing NCLEX-RN On The First Attempt? The National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) reports 13.43% of NCLEX-RN candidates fail the exam on their first attempt. The number of unsuccessful test-takers is low compared to the more than 86% who pass the exam on their first try.

Which state NCLEX is the hardest? ›

None. There is no “easy” state to take the NCLEX. The NCLEX is a national exam administered by the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN). Because it's national, the NCLEX will be the same regardless of what state you choose to take it in.

Which state is easiest for NCLEX? ›

1. New Hampshire
  • NCLEX Pass Rate Average (2017-2021): 94.58%
  • RN-Associate Degree NCLEX Pass Rate (2021): 92.8%
  • RN-Bachelor Degree NCLEX Pass Rate (2021): 93.8%
  • Total Number of Candidates (2021): 767.
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What is the most popular nursing degree? ›

Bachelor of Science in Nursing

In today's job market, the BSN degree leads, in general, to better salaries and more open doors.

Do most people pass nursing school? ›

Falling Pass Rates

Pass rates continued to decline in 2022, with an average pass rate of 80.9% opens in a new tab or windowfor all first-time U.S.-educated candidates, and a rate of 66.6% for all candidates, based on a dataset that excludes the fourth quarter of the year.

Has nursing school gotten harder? ›

During the last few years, it's gotten more and more difficult to be accepted into nursing school. As you've already seen, there are many requirements, and none of them are easy. And the admissions processes aren't getting any easier even though we desperately need RNs.

What is a passing grade at Nightingale College? ›

A “C” grade is required to pass a course. A grade of “B-” or higher is required on all graded assignments and evaluations in all courses.

What rank is Rush College of nursing? ›

Rush University 2023-2024 Rankings

Rush University is ranked No. 20 (tie) in Best Nursing Schools: Master's and No. 2 (tie) in Best Nursing Schools: Doctor of Nursing Practice. Schools are ranked according to their performance across a set of widely accepted indicators of excellence.

Is a 3.35 GPA good for nursing school? ›

A good GPA in nursing school is generally considered to be 3.5 or above on a 4.0 scale. However, there are several factors to consider: GPA requirements for acceptance into nursing school vary by program. Highly competitive schools may require a minimum GPA of 3.0-3.5 just to get accepted into the program.

Why is it so hard to get into nursing school in California? ›

The scarcity of nursing program seats comes as California faces a dire nursing shortage. A 2022 study from UCSF estimated the state would fall short by almost 19,000 full-time nurses by the end of the year, with the shortage continuing until 2029.

Is a 3.7 GPA good enough for nursing school? ›

GPA requirements depend on the type of nursing program you want to apply for, but most programs require at least a 3.0 GPA or higher. However, due to the competitive nature of nursing programs, most schools prefer a 3.7 to 4.0 GPA.

What is the easiest and fastest nursing degree? ›

The fastest way to become an RN is through an RN diploma program, which can be completed in as little as a year. While completing this program does not lead to a degree, it does make the individual eligible to take the NCLEX and earn their RN license.

Do hospitals care about GPA nursing? ›

Many nursing jobs will ask for your GPA when you're a new nurse filling an entry-level position. Because you don't have much experience to list yet, the GPA score may be the only criterion differentiating candidates. Short answer, yes, GPA scores are a factor when applying for nursing jobs.

How can I increase my nursing GPA? ›

Retake courses you did poorly in the first time around, and/or take new courses you can ace (even general education courses like volleyball, nutrition, etc.) to bump your GPA back up to 3.0. Seek out nursing schools that look at GPA in different ways.

What are the easiest nursing prerequisites? ›

The Easiest Classes in Nursing School
  • Social Sciences (Intro Psychology, Sociology, etc.)
  • Humanities.
  • Intro to Speech (or Communication)
  • English Composition.
  • History.
  • Using Information Technology.

What is the easiest nurse to become? ›

Occupational Health

One of the easiest nursing jobs to get into is in the field of occupational health. Occupational health nurses work in large industries, HMOs, and factories to treat work-related injuries and onsite illnesses. This type of nurse is employed to keep the workers on the job.

Is a 3.3 GPA bad for nursing school? ›

GPA requirements vary from school to school, and some early admission nursing programs require an even higher GPA of at least 3.8 or higher (weighted or unweighted). In general, you can expect that any highly competitive nursing program will have a high GPA requirement for applicants.

Can I get into nursing school with a 2.5 GPA? ›

Yes, it is possible to get into a nursing program with a 2.5 GPA. Many programs accept students with a lower GPA. It may take some extra work from you, though, especially if you are applying to a school that typically requires a higher GPA.

Is a 3.0 GPA good for nursing? ›

Less competitive schools may accept students with a lower GPA, around 2.5-3.0. So once in the program, aim for at least a 3.0 to ensure good standing. A good GPA in nursing school is generally considered to be 3.5 or above on a 4.0 scale.

Is a 3.1 GPA good enough for nursing school? ›

Not in a million years. Nursing programs are highly competitive and require a 3.0 minimum, typically. Even with that, a 3.0 isn't competitive. The lowest GPA admitted to my program was a 3.7–3.8 while I was there.

What will an F do to a 3.8 GPA? ›

The short answer is (surprisingly): No. If you have one “F” and all other grades in a 40-course program are “A” grades, your GPA will drop from a 4.0 to a 3.9. So, your existing GPA will be impacted, but will not be “ruined.”

What is the average college GPA of a nurse? ›

3.85 average GPA, 8 prerequisite courses, including 4 science courses must be completed.

Which nursing program is easiest to get into in California? ›

Easiest nursing degree program to get into in California

Cal Poly Humboldt has an acceptance rate of 85%, with an SAT range of 970-1190, making it the least exclusive college with a nursing program on our list.

How much does GPA matter for nursing? ›

A GPA is an accomplishment if it's a high one, just like your nursing degree. You can share this information in a cover letter and/or on your resume. Too, in some nursing schools, a higher GPA gets you a better clinical rotation. For example, the highest GPAs make it into the ICU or operating room.

How much does GPA matter in nursing school? ›

Grades Do Matter, but They Aren't Everything

The most important thing is that you are able to graduate through the program and pass NCLEX. However, I would encourage nursing students to work hard to keep their grades as high as possible, as there are also many benefits to maintaining a high GPA.

How do nursing schools calculate GPA? ›

  1. PSY 1105 (4.0 x 3 credits) + ENG 1101 (3.0 x 3 credits) = 21.
  2. Divide 21 by the 6 total credits (21 / 6) = 3.5 GPA.


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