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- Nov 7, '12 by katex03Did you make it in? Did those count as 'passing?'
- Jan 3 by lovebug87i got a 80 % adjusted indivi score and science gpa is 3.13 do i have a chance of getting in mdc
- Jan 13 by Acton3.67 GPA and a 73 on the Teas Test. I did really well on the science section getting into the 92 percentile nation wide and 93 percentile program wide. I didn't do too well on the grammar and word meanings section, some of the words they wanted you too define where just ridiculous Where do you guys think I stand?
- Jan 20 by loveleslieehi everyone! so i got an adjusted individual score of 86.7 on the teas test V and barely have a 3.0 gap in science prereqs & a 3.75 in the general prereqs, with a cumulative gpa of 3.54 & I'm applying at my current school, CSULB, have anyone gotten into this school yet? & if so, what were your scores, PLEASE & THANKS!
- Jan 20 by sjtrkI got a 79% over all and have a current GPA of 4.0. Taking my last 2 pre req's now (A&P 2 and Psyc 101). My break down was Reading-85.7% Math-86.7% Science-62.5% English-86.7%.
I am going to retake it. I've never had a day of chemistry in my life so I'm hoping I can get a little better at that and I know I fudged up a few math problems that I never should have.
- Mar 17 by noel877Just took my TEAS the other day, 3/15/2013. TEAS V of course.
Got 82 score over all. Ranked 91 national, and 93 program.
For comparison, my current GPA is 3.7.
My report says that the mean national and program average is only around 64%. That seems odd and very low to me.
- Mar 17 by noel877Quote from sjtrkNot to get off topic but I'm really surprised that chemistry is not a pre-req in your school.I am going to retake it. I've never had a day of chemistry in my life so I'm hoping I can get a little better at that and I know I fudged up a few math problems that I never should have.
- Apr 24 by ninotanRejected
3.4GPA TEAS 98 Percentile
- Apr 24 by meeepQuote from noel877In my area, maybe half of the schools require Chemistry. It's not terribly surprising. It seems to be a source of dissension amongst varying nursing programs. Not even all the BSN programs require it, which is baffling to me. Seems like a pretty big disparity in knowledge of new grads depending if their program required Chem or not.Not to get off topic but I'm really surprised that chemistry is not a pre-req in your school.