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This is a discussion on St. Joseph Nashua Teas exam in New Hampshire State Nursing Programs, part of New Hampshire Nursing ... I will be taking the Teas 3.0/4.0 this coming Monday in Nashua. Can anyone give any insight into...by jackiew75 Jan 14, '11I will be taking the Teas 3.0/4.0 this coming Monday in Nashua. Can anyone give any insight into the following: is the exam done on the computer or "color the dot"? How long did it take to hear back on the results AND/OR acceptance? What is considered a "passing score" for this specific school?
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- Jan 17, '11 by jackiew75Just an FYI in the event anyone is preparing to take the exam at this school; they give you version V and you will not be able to view your results-period. Shocking to study one version only to be given another.
- Jan 22, '11 by teresita716Good Luck to you!!!
The same thing happened to me. I was told I would be taking the 3.0/4.0 version, not the V. The reading, grammar and math were extremely easy for me. The science was not what I expected at all. I had tons of chemistry & physics. I've never even taken physics and the last time I took Chem was 8 years ago. I noticed that most schools don't even worry about the science score, but I'm pretty sure this school does. I talked to a few people that took the test before me and they had easier science questions about rocks and anatomy. Lucky them!
Do you know how this school grades the test?
Do you have to pass each section or do they grade the entire test collectively?
Hopefully I passed, but if not do they let you retake the exam??
- Jan 25, '11 by jackiew75The school does not actually know what they will consider as a passing grade since the Monday I took it, was the first time it was administered. Whether they use the average grade or a combination of grades, I do not know. I was more stunned than anything else, and assume that most in there, felt the same way that I did. It was one of those moments where you wondered whether you should laugh or throw up.
Did you apply at St. Joseph's? If not, where? Did they give you any sort of time frame on when you might be hearing anything?
- Feb 2, '11 by teresita716I will be applying to St Joseph's. They review completed applications monthly.
- Feb 5, '11 by jackiew75Have you taken the TEAS V at the school yet? I am so anxious to hear something! I submitted my application 6 weeks ago and took the exam 3 weeks ago. Now it's time to just sit and wait....
- Apr 5, '11 by Seb43I am trying to get into the PN program for this fall. I took the Teas and did great except for the sentence completion section, I made right under a 60. Do you think I will still be considered? I don't know what happend, Sentence completion is usually what I score highest on. Im so nervous right now, I don't know if I should take the test again or wait. Any thoughts?
- Apr 5, '11 by teresita716I was told that you need atleast a 65% in each section to be accepted. I got a letter in the mail 1 month after I took the TEAS. They review completed files the 15th of each month. Hope this helps.
- Apr 5, '11 by jackiew75I wouldn't worry too much about it. I did not do overly well (scored above the national average in all) and received an acceptance letter 4 weeks later. I will be attending the Keene program starting in May.
- Apr 8, '11 by Seb43Thank you so much! Jackie, did you get below a 60 on anything? Is there a certain amount of time you have to wait to take the teas again?