@zhoira: I would contact SDSU nursing to confirm that test scores will not be used in the admissions process for Fall 2021. Nothing is stated on their website bu in the past, SDSU nursing applicants were admitted based on GPA and test scores same as all other majors so going test blind for Fall 2021 should be the same of all majors including Nursing.
Regarding medical courses, which medical courses have you taken?
According to the SDSU Nursing website, these are the Minimum requirements and grades they are looking for in prospective students and GPA will be the biggest factor.
Minimum Admission Requirements:
-Minimum GPA of 3.0 in A – G coursework
-Minimum grade of B in Intermediate Algebra, Biology, and Chemistry with lab courses. If AP or IB level courses were taken in these areas, applicants must have earned a minimum grade of B.
-Preference is given to applicants who have taken and earned strong grades in science and mathematics courses.
That said for Fall 2020, the average CSU GPA for admitted applicants was 4.21. If the Nursing program is also test blind for Fall 2021, you can bet that a high GPA will be required for the best chances.
All admissions related questions (e.g., application dates and deadlines, admissions criteria including minimum grade requirements and college entrance exam scores, AP/IB credits, transcript information, ranking methodology) should be directed to the SDSU Prospective Student Center at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Questions specific to the Nursing program can be directed to the School of Nursing Program Advisor at email@example.com.