Any difference between TEAS test for LPN and RN?

  1. 0
    Hello everyone, is there any difference between TEAS V test for PN and RN? If not, how to convert the score from PN to RN program.

    Thank you.
  2. Get our hottest student topics delivered to your inbox.

  3. 3 Comments so far...

  4. 1
    Quote from hello_nurses
    Hello everyone, is there any difference between TEAS V test for PN and RN? If not, how to convert the score from PN to RN program.

    Thank you.
    I am from Wisconsin and at our tech school for the PN you need to have between an 58 to 77% and for the RN you need to meet the beach mark score for each subject so say reading has to be 69% you need that 69 or higher and goes for all each of the subject. Hope that helps.....
    Esme12 likes this.
  5. 0
    There's no difference in the test itself. The only differences are in how schools use the results.

    All schools, s'far as I've ever heard, require some minimum score; and often, a fairly higher score is needed to get admitted.

    It's common for an LPN program to require a given minimum score, and for an RN program (same school) to require a certain higher score.

    One doesn't "pass" or "fail" the TEAS; one only earns the score needed, or doesn't. And what that score is, may vary among the schools one might be interested in applying to.

    HTH
  6. 0
    I think the TEAS V test is the same regardless of the program that you apply for. The reason they ask for your program that you are applying to is to help give you a rank with people in the nation and people in the same program that took the test.


Top