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I am taking the TEAS V on Friday, but I want to get in the LPN program. Do you know of anyone else who has applied and what scores they have? I have a 24 for Eng and Psy, but I havent taken any Bio though and this is what worries me. I feel as though I should have applied for the ADN program considering I have taken all the courses with the exception of Bio 163 or 168/69. In the ADN program with out Bio I would have 60 pre TEAS V, what do you think? Is that considered competitive? Any advice would really help =)
Last semester the lowest to get in was 154 the one before was 157 which was fall. A 60 is not competitive at all for ADN u need ur Bio to get in. The scores are usually higher for the fall for some reason. How did u guys do on teas?
I applied for the LPN-RN transition program. I only made a 69.3 on the Teas test. I received my acceptance letter in the mail yesterday. I thought I did pretty bad but apparently did well enough to be on the accepted list! Good luck to you guys and I hope I was of some help to you guys in sharing my aweful scores. :-/ Although, I am at an advantage because I am not competing against the other prospective ADN students, just the other LPNs. Orientation is March 28th from 1pm-4pm. Hope to see some of you there!
I am guessing the acceptance letters right now are just for the LPN to RN program, because no one I know who applied for the ADN program has received any notifications yet (and these are people with very competitive points). Can anyone clarify?
I also applied to the LPN to RN bridge but just got my letter that I'm an alternate. I made a 72 on my teas test. It said in my letter they could not let me know what rank I was. Does anyone know how often alternates get in the program?