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CHANCE ME- BC nursing

hhgdtssryyhhgdtssryy 0 replies2 threadsRegistered User New Member
gender: male
ethnicity: Latino (brazilian)
GPA- unweighted 3.79 --- weighted 3.96(on my schools system)
SAT- 1220
ACT- just took it hopefully I do better than SAT
in state

Classes:
all honors and AP all four years mostly A's and a few B+
doubled up in math sophomore year
Junior year - AP BIO+ AP Lang as well as Anatomy Honors
Senior Year- AP Psych, AP Spanish, AP Lit

EC;
danced since I was 3- competitively since 3rd grade--- also part of the intern program
volunteer at local hospital
NHS
Global Citizenship Program
Spanish Exchange Program
leadership in serveral clubs
worked at the YMCA summer camp this past summer as well as a babysitter at a country club

Awards
won the yearly scholarship award in my dance studio for dedication and leadership
seal of Biliteracy in spanish
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  • anastasiabhanastasiabh 1 replies0 threadsRegistered User New Member
    I definitely think that the volunteering at your hospital will help a lot with admissions. Your stats are pretty good lol, mine are pretty much the same. I heard somewhere that apparently BC doesn't look so much at gpa because there are so many different systems in different schools but don't trust me on that. I'm visiting this weekend tho so I'll probably ask. Are u applying ED or RD?
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  • bluebayoubluebayou 26752 replies174 threadsRegistered User Senior Member
    ^^BC definitely looks at GPA in the context of the HS, i.e., class rank, or Class Profile. Top decile helps, as does being a URM. (Being a guy might even be a small plus for the Ed & Nursing schools, but that is just pure speculation on my part.)

    That being said, the schools of Nursing & Education also require appropriate EC's.....

    Good luck to you both.

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