What GPA do you need to get into UTMB?

What GPA do you need to get into UTMB?

Although a minimum grade of C is required in each course, the average GPA is approximately 3.80. Coursework is acceptable only if completed at regionally accredited U.S. colleges and universities. The MCAT is required of all applicants. UTMB will not accept a score older than 5 years.

How do I apply to UTMB Galveston?

In order to begin an application, you will need to create an online account with NursingCAS. Once your account is created, you will need to request all transcript(s) & gather all required application documents before starting your application.

Is UTMB rolling admissions?

UTMB has a rolling admissions process; therefore, your application is open until you hear from us with a final decision. If you do not hear from us by December 15, please contact us (409) 772-3048 or email [email protected] to inquire about the status of your application.

How long is UTMB nursing program?

16 months
Our program is 16 months (4 consecutive semesters) long, that includes fall, spring, and summer. We have 3 application periods per year, in the fall, spring, and summer. Are scholarships available at UTMB School of Nursing? Yes.

Does McGovern require CASPer?

All applicants applying to McGovern Medical School are required to complete an online assessment, Computer-Based Assessment for Sampling Personal Characteristics (CASPer), to assist with our selection process for the 2020-2021 Application Cycle.

How much does it cost to apply to UTMB?

Applicants must apply for admission to UTMB Click here to Apply Today. There is a $60 application fee. Approximate costs per semester may be calculated at UTMB Enrollment Services Fee Sheet.

What is considered a good GPA for nursing school?

This school says that a GPA of 3.0 or an average GPA of 3.0 in the nursing major is preferred. An average of 3.0 in the nursing major means that the GPA is calculated on your nursing courses.

What is unique about McGovern medical school?

With nearly 1,000 medical students and a similar number of residents and fellows, McGovern Medical School is the eight-largest and most diverse medical schools in the country. Students have access to the latest technology and are taught with an emphasis on humanities, ethics, patient quality, and safety.