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University of Rhode Island — Nursing

What should I do now as an undergraduate?

Every graduate program has specific admission requirements which can be found on their individual web sites. In general, potential students need at least a 3.0 overall GPA in their undergraduate program, and will need to take Graduate Record Exams (GREs) and/or Miller's Analogy Test (MAT). You will also need recommendations from some of the faculty who taught you in your undergraduate program. In addition, some areas of clinical specialty require a minimum number of years of practice between graduation from your baccalaureate program and starting a graduate program.