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TEAS V- Exemplary, Advanced, Proficient or Basic?

  1. 0 I need to retake the TEAS V @ CCBC and they are not posting requirements other than scores Proficient or higher get accepted. I obviously want to get the highest score possible, but I also want to see where I stand.

    If you wouldn't mind, please share your overall TEAS V score and if it was: Exemplary, Advanced, Proficient or Basic. I would really be grateful.

    Thanks :spin:
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  3. Visit  crazymind profile page
    #1 0
    My overall score was only 77% Proficient Level.
  4. Visit  RN-4Ever profile page
    #2 0
    Thank you Leeya!
  5. Visit  kynchanted profile page
    #3 1
    Hi! I took the TEAS V on Wednesday at my overall was an 85.3% and my level was advanced. Good luck to you!
  6. Visit  RN-4Ever profile page
    #4 0
    Thanks. I am a nervous wreck! I take the exam this Saturday. May I ask what you guys got in each section???
  7. Visit  kynchanted profile page
    #5 0
    Hi! My score breakdown was as follows:

    Reading 88.1%
    Math 90.0%
    Science 75%
    Eng and Lang Usage 93.3%

    Science was my weakest area obviously and I was surprised how easy the math part was. The reading was easier than the study guide as well.

    As long as you are studying the study guide that applies to your test, you should be fine. Good luck!
  8. Visit  RN-4Ever profile page
    #6 0
    Thanks for the breakdown and the encouragement.
  9. Visit  erikab987 profile page
    #7 0
    Hey! I would love to hear from anyone who has scored "exemplary" on the TEAS. I just started CCBC's RN Day program, but am planning on applying to U of M's bridge program right after graduation and may retake my TEAS. I took the TEAS twice; first try: 85.3% (advanced) and 2nd try: 89.4% (advanced). Both times I was in the 99th percentile for both program and national, but I would love to know the cutoff for exemplary (90% or does it have to do with your percentile ranking?) Thanks!! Good luck to you all!!
  10. Visit  RN-4Ever profile page
    #8 0
    Hey Erica, how is the program so far?
  11. Visit  erikab987 profile page
    #9 0
    It's been ok so far (only 1 week in, lol). I've been spending some time getting ahead on the concepts and objectives for both lecture and the lab so I don't fall behind. The first week is actually much more calm than the last 8 weeks have been. After acceptance there are so many things to do and ALOT to pay for. Then, dosage and 4 orientations. I actually didn't work at all in January and struggled to get everything done in time. Dosage was not bad. I took it online, I didn't buy the book and did just fine. There were so many orientations and meetings, though, it was difficult to keep up with all the dates/times and everything we had to get done.
    Anyway, please feel free to PM me if you have any questions about everything. I'm sure I will be getting my butt kicked soon enough by the program, lol. Take care!
  12. Visit  RN-4Ever profile page
    #10 0
    You too! It was good to hear from you
  13. Visit  RN-4Ever profile page
    #11 2
    For CCBC, this is what found:

    Proficient score = 58% - 79%
    Advanced = 80% - 89%
    Exemplary = 90% - 100%

    I found this by reading post on here and asking School of Health Professions @ CCBC Essex.

    I also found they do not look at individual scores... they put your application into 3 different categories; you get x amount of points for proficient, x amount of points for advanced, and x amount of points for exemplary. I thought this was pretty good info! Good Luck Everyone!
  14. Visit  woodyswifey4evaa profile page
    #12 0
    what is a 66.7 percentile? does anyone know?