I'm taking my LVN entrance test next week. Does anyone know how the math was on the test. Does it go up
to Algebra or is it Pre-Algebra. Someone told me it was 9th grade which I guess is Algebra. But someone said
it is elementry math.? Thanks!
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I took an entrance exam today for an LPN program. They claim you needed to be on a "12th grade level" with your math score; it's been awhile since I've taken algebra or pre-algebra so I don't know where it would fall but it was alot of percentages, fractions, decimals. I scored a 93 on the math and I've always been HORRIBLE at it!
I took the TABE (Test of Adult Basic Education) for entrance into an LVN program back in 2004. The exam's math portion had fractions, decimals, percentages, and other basic skills.
I took the NET test for entrance into an LPN-to-RN program last summer. It's math portion was comprised of fractions, decimals (lots of them), percentages, and a handful of elementary algebra problems.
COOL THANKS FOR YOUR INPUT. I'm Doing my RN pre -reqs and applying to to
LVN program just in case I get in. because the RN's here in SO CAL have waiting
lists. I think LVN/RN admit is not as long. (but still need pre reqs)
i don't know the name of it. My friend is taking it tomorrow I'll post back . So far I heard it is decimals, fractions, geometry, pre-algebra ... I've been going
to Math.com to do practice test and get ready for mine which is next week
Incase it is the tabe test, here is a link that has practice tests for it. Thats what I used to help prepare for mine. I also looked up videos on youtube, to help refresh how to do some of the simple math I haven't done it a while. Good Luck!!!!