Quote from RainbowDash
My major problem is I haven't taken a single pre-requisite class. No bio, no math, no A&P, nothing. Keiser requires TEAS scores before admittance PERIOD, meaning I take my pre-reqs AFTER I've been accepted. Hence why I am so scared. I'm almost 28 and dropped out of high school at sixteen and I know next to nothing about math. I'm very good with English and reading/writing/spelling
so I'm not too scared of those sections. I just pray I can educate myself like a fiend.
I have not heard of anyone taking the teas before doing prereqs unless you did chemistry, biology and algebra in high school or had some sort of dual enrollment at a community college. I think you better recheck your sources at Keiser.
Most, I dare say all, RN programs allow you to apply as a pending status so you start doing the prerequsites and general education courses first. After that is done, you take the teas test. The test scores together with your prequisites and GPA are then submitted with your actual RN application. I think an advisor gave you incorrect information.
Why not try a State / community college instead of the private institution? If that is indeed how keiser works, I would slow down. If you got no college credits, then they should have done what my State college did: My degree was "ADN pending", but I was also automatically added as AA- pre-nursing, as time went on I opted not to apply to the ADN, I just completed my AA with all the prereqs needed for a BSN then took the teas.