Well my overall TEAS score was only 89 and I was accepted on my first attempt into the Indianapolis ASN program (that put me in the 97th percentile nationally and in the program meaning that for every 100 people who took the TEAS, three scored higher overall). As stated above I believe that ALL Ivy Tech programs should publish (preferably on their websites as many medical schools
publish their MCAT and GPA data) the statistics of each class. This would help students to guage "where they stood" and help them to determine if they should retake courses or perhaps apply into another program altogether (or pursue other allied health options at Ivy Tech that include X-Ray Tech, Respiratory Therapy and others).
Also, if you have the bucks (or will qualify for lots of financial aide) consider THESE great options:
a. Butler University has terrific Pharm D. and Physician assistant programs. For the Pharm D. program if you do your undergraduate work at Butler and get at least C's you are guarenteed a spot.
b. Marion College and the University of Indianapolis (as well as Indiana Weselyn and Anderson College) also have BSN nursing programs
and the competition is significantly less because MOST people cannot afford 18K per year to attend college (keep in mind that many of these private universities offer LOTS of financial aide). IF you plan on becoming an NP or especially a CRNA then taking on more debt makes more sense.