I don't know anything about the TEASE, but I wanted to toss out a caution about going for your LPN. If you want to work in long-term care, great. However, a lot of hospitals are no longer hiring LPNs. If you've already passed the NET and have the option to go right for your RN, it'd be a better route. You're going to have difficulty in finding a position as an LPN. Some community college programs will let you test for your LPN half-way through their program, and you have the option to exit then, though I don't think many do, and you could then work as an LPN while finishing the RN program, if you can find a position.