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  1. I am an ED RN, have been for a few years now. I have always worked rural ED and been fortunate to be in this specialty even as a new grad. I have my ADN and recently finished my BSN and am looking at the ND PA school. I have strong references and work experience, but my GPA is not as good as I would hope. I had to work all through nursing school and faced some challenges in my personal life. I have a science GPA of 2.86, over all of 3.02 and 3.30 in my BSN program. Is that enough to make me a candidate for this program? Or should I retake sciences? Maybe get a masters in nursing first? I really want to continue on and become a rural ED provider and stay in rural Wyoming. I feel that the PA curriculum is better set up for this vs the NP. Thanks in advance.
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