Connecticut Community Colleges - Applying for 2014 - page 49

by MissCris | 42,857 Views | 485 Comments

I've read through last year's version of this thread 100 times, so I thought I'd start a new one. I'm planning to apply for NCC's 2014 program. I'm taking A&P I right now (A- midterm grade, hoping to make that an A!) and will... Read More


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    Got in!
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    Congrats!!!
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    Quote from masipagwapa
    Got in!
    Yayyy congrats!
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    Hi everyone! I was just wondering how everybody is doing. I hope you are all doing great.!
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    Hello everyone!

    Does anyone know what the average for the TEAS V was for applicants who got into Capital Community College?
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    Quote from pats04
    Hello everyone!

    Does anyone know what the average for the TEAS V was for applicants who got into Capital Community College?
    I don't think those are published, and not at the individual college level. I also don't know how helpful/accurate the numbers would be because 1/4 of the class gets in by lottery rather than rank, so the average (if known) would be lower than you need to be assured a place (rank order).

    Reading this thread (and others like it) should give you some idea of the score combinations (TEAS plus GPA plus A&P) people got. See how your stats line up with those wait listed vs. those accepted outright. If your grades (A&P 1 and nursing GPA) are reasonably good, I think you probably want at least mid-70s for the TEAS. Unfortunately, there's no magic number that will assure you a place, and no way to tell what the stats will be of those applying for 2015. Good luck, if you decide to apply.


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