hi everyone!! i'm hoping that maybe someone can answer my question about the chatt state rn program. i'm hoping to get into the fall 2012 program. i'm just curious if anyone knows what the teas v scores should be around, to even be a possible candidate for the program. i have been reading many different forums and posts from other people, saying that the teas v is harder, and that the composite scores from it will be lower than they had been from previous versions. is this true? i read where the lowest score that had been accepted for the 2011 fall class at chatt state had been an 86; so i'm wondering will that still hold true for the 2012 year. i had taken the teas v version a little over 6 months ago, just to see where i was at. my advisor had also suggested it, since there had to be a 6 month period, in between retests. i did not study at all; i really wanted to see what i needed to work on. my composite score was an 80.4. i was a little upset, even if it had been a practice run to see where i stood, because i had been hearing that you needed a score over 85 to even be considered. however the woman at the testing center said that my scores were really good, since i had taken the teas v version, and they were expecting the scores to be lower than the previous year. so i was hoping maybe someone had heard or knew anything in regards to the new teas v scores. also i have almost all of my prereq's complete; however the application deadline is in march of 2012, and i won't have my ap ii or micro complete until may, since the spring semester doesn't end til then. i will however have the classes completed before the nursing classes begin in fall 2012. i know i won't get any points for those two classes towards my application pick process; however i wasn't sure if they would be seen as a strike against me. would i have a better chance of waiting until i had the last two classes complete, and then apply for the following year? my advisor said that she didn't think it would hurt me, since i would have them completed long before the actual nursing classes started. any help from anyone would be greatly appreciated!!!!!