Columbus Tech LPN 2013 - page 6

Hey everyone! This is my first post to the site so bare with me :) I'm applying to the LPN program at Columbus Tech that starts this June. I'm hoping to maybe find others out there that are applying... Read More

  1. by   MissPriss618
    The TEAS is pretty basic, honestly.It's ALOT of science & math--& though I'm horrible in those 2 areas, I managed to do okay (71%-Proficient).There is a book out there called "Study Manual For The Test Of Essential Academics Skills (TEAS) Version V" that is made by the same ppl that came up with TEAS test.I would strongly suggest you get it to get a better idea of what kind of questions/answers they're looking for.I'm in the LPN program @ CTC now, & most of the ppl in our class made b/w the 60-90% range from what I've heard, so don't fret tooooo much about the percentage.Good luck with everything & feel free to message me if you have any questions!
  2. by   ReRob1985
    Thank you soooo much!! I am taking up the CNA this semester and Phlebotomy this upcoming semester!! I take the TEAS on the 9th.. I have the book and the app that you mentioned!!i have been studying the science a lot!! I'm nervous but I'm rdy to get it over!! Thanks for replying!! Btw what color uniform do u guys wear?
  3. by   NurseShante1
    Hey ReRob1985, I'm new to this website and added a topic on here but I haven't received any feedback. But came across this post and was wondering did you have any advice toward Columbus Tech Lpn program? Thanks!
  4. by   ReRob1985
    Hi!! Yes I did if you see the comment above from MissPriss it's pretty much the same. I am not sure who's still instructing there now but there were 2 really good ones. The program is really compacted and fast paced. I took CNA, PHL, Health Science Asst., Mediciation Aide, all prior to getting accepted. Once the 2014 rolled around and I applied I began studying Pharm... and got advice from the other SPN's around the campus... while it wasn't easy but if you're confident about your placement I'd say start studying now and talking to students in the program now and obtain skills list anything that will benefit you!
  5. by   NurseShante1
    Thanks a lot for replying that sounds like a great plan, also I recently just took the TEAS and made a 51 but have a 3.5 gpa and high compass score. What was a passing score to be accepted for the teas test or should I retake it?