I just received an invitation from COC to take my Teas Test on September 28th. Does anybody know if they invite all applicants or only some applicants? If I pass the test does that mean that I am in? Also, any advice is greatly appreciated!
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Thank you! I'm sorry to hear you didn't make it Did they tell you why? Also, did you apply anywhere else? I also applied to AVC but that has a waiting list.
Yes they told me I didn't do the Rn evaluation by the deadline and my application was incomplete I did do the evaluation on time I forward them a email they send me when I submitted and I don't know what I missed on the application. I also applied to Glendale, Pasadena, lavc, and I still have to apply to lacc.
I was hoping to get into the LVN to RN transition program but received an email yesterday that stated that I qualified to move forward in the application process, however, there were not enough qualified applicants and they will not offer the Transitions into Nursing course this year. They only take applications for LVN to RN once a year so I won't be able to apply again until August 2013.
Anyone else in the same boat?
Jcal84 - It's my understanding that all applicants who qualify are invited to take the TEAS V test. At the information session I attended they said that scores from the test are weighted more heavily than anything else. After you take the test they will rank everyone and decide who will get in. I've been studying for the TEAS for weeks thinking I would be taking it. The most helpful resources I've found are the TEAS V study guide by ATI and brightstorm.com videos. I used the study guide to figure out which videos I should watch. You can watch the videos for free for three days and after that I think it was $30.
Congrats to everyone who got invited to take the test!