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hi, im first year student at hunter college and hopefully will be going to the nursing school. Im just wondering if anyone has experience with the admissions process for the nursing school. I heard its really competitive and you need at least a 2.5. i have a 3.3 so far. i heard its based on GPA and a test. im really interested in any statistics on acceptance rates etc. thanx.

HI, I’ve been accepted to Hunter as a Pre-Clinical Nursing student, but I haven’t decided on schools yet. I was wondering if you could tell me what you like and dislike about Hunter so far. Thanks!

Hi: I am also interested in Hunter’s RN-BSN program. I already sent my application and am currently waiting for a response. I have a question. Is it easier to get accepted into the RN Pathway program than the Generic pathway since your already an RN?

Hi: I am also interested in Hunter’s RN-BSN program. I already sent my application and am currently waiting for a response. I have a question. Is it easier to get accepted into the RN Pathway program than the Generic pathway since your already an RN?

Ari RN, I’m in the same situation right now, would you please tell me what happened to your application and your study in Hunter? Thanks

Hi I recently graduated from Hunter’s school of nursing. The program is very competitive. My class had 100 students. They look at your G.PA and your score on the NLN preentrance exam. Although I think I started to hear rumors about an interview but I doubt that will happen. The average GPA for my class was probably a 3.5. So my advice is to keep your GPA up and prepare well for the NLN and you will get in. Also the generic program is only for students without a RN license and you have to attend hunter for at least 1 semester before applying to the nursing school. If you have a license you have to apply to the RN-BSN program. Good luck guys. (P.S. It is not as easy to find jobs as they make you think. So keep your making connections throughout nursing school and doing an summer externship helps, hopefully things will change by the time you graduate.

I know this thread is geared more toward the generic pathway. But I just got accepted as a pre-nursing student into Hunter for the spring semester. I have a bachelor’s degree so I am applying to their accelerated BSN program.

I am wondering if anyone knows anyone that is in it now or has graduated from their accelerated program?

It looks like one of my English classes didnt transfer in that I need, do you know if Hunter will let me still apply to their program if I have a course in progress that will be completed by the start of the program?

Ahh I am so nervous and anxious.


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