Enter your TEAS V Scores here!! - page 3
Hi everyone, Since ATI provides no student assistance to interpret scores, let's help each other! If enough of us enter our complete TEAS scores, we'll be able to compare notes to see how we rank in different programs, what to... Read More
- 1Mar 29, '12 by 37 and countingI just took my TEAS at LACC last friday and I knew right away that I passed but they waited until today to give me my breakdown.
Program Type: ADN
Adjusted Individual Total Score: 82.7%
ATI Academic Preparedness Level: Advanced
Mean - National: 64.3%
Mean - Program: 64.9%
Percentile Rank - National - 92
Percentile Rank - Program - 93
Reading Adjusted Individual Score 76.2%
Mathematics A.I.S. 86.7%
Science A.I.S. 91.7%
English and Language Usage A.I.S. 76.7%
I honestly think I stressed more about not passing this test than actually studying for it. I used both the ATI book and I skimmed the Magraw Hill book. I didn't really have time for the practice tests but I did read the chapters in the ATI book and took the chapter tests. Many of the questions in the science section were covered in the ATI book, and the study guide along with a lot of hard work in my Anatomy, physio, micro, and organic chem classes did the trick. Good luck to anyone who is studying for the test
- 0Mar 29, '12 by brassguyi took my teas recently on 2/18/12, omg i was sooo nervous!
program type: bsn
adjusted individual total score: 81.3%
ati academic preparedness level: advanced
mean - national: 64.3%
mean - program: 70.6%
percentile rank - national - 90
percentile rank - program - 81
reading adjusted individual score 85.7%
mathematics a.i.s. 80.0%
science a.i.s. 81.3%
english and language usage a.i.s. 76.7%
but i guess i did pretty well...i received my acceptance letter exactly one week ago!!
- 7Mar 30, '12 by CarolesChoiceJust yesterday, I was accepted into TWU's nursing program in Houston. (Thank the Lord!) To my knowledge there was roughly 900 applicants for a total of 235 spots. Three programs shared the 235 applicants.
My TEAS V score was 68 (64 was the minimum to qualify) and my GPA was 3.639.
Program Type: BSN
Adjusted Individual Total Score: 68.0
ATI Academic Preparedness Level: Proficient
Mean - National: 64.3%
Mean - Program: 70.6%
Percentile Rank - National - 60
Percentile Rank - Program - 40
Reading Adjusted Individual Score 59.5%
Mathematics A.I.S. 80.0%
Science A.I.S. 56.3%
English and Language Usage A.I.S. 90.0%
In disclosing this information, I am hoping to encourage those who work hard, not to give up, even when you feel like you don't have a prayer. Look at me...I just barely qualified on my TEAS V, but still, I qualified and was somehow selected out of the 900 applicants to attend the program.
Be sure you apply for your Associate in Arts Degree once your basics are done, and have it BEFORE you are scheduled to start nursing school. If you don't prove to be "core complete" (by literally having your Associate in Arts Degree), the nursing school can require you to take additional classes. Believe me, it almost happened to me.
Also, be sure that ALLapplications fees and TEAS V scores are submitted on time or you will be disqualified.
Keep the faith...and good luck!Last edit by CarolesChoice on Mar 30, '12 : Reason: added info
- 0Mar 30, '12 by CarolesChoiceYup, that's what I've heard Eric. My older sister and younger brother have both been through it. They said it's all you can do to just study. Forget about life as we known it, at least until we get done with nursing school! I do read and hear everywhere, though, that you don't have to be super smart to make it successfully through the program. Instead you must be a "hard worker." I say, "Good," that means I have a chance! (lol) Best of luck to you, Eric.