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MurseMurseMurse specializes in CNA, RAD ASSIST.

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How are you guys studying for the TEAS test.

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17 hours ago, MurseMurseMurse said:

How are you guys studying for the TEAS test.

I didn't study on my first attempt which lead to a grade of 77.3%. This time around I purchased the Mometrix TEAS including the actual study manual from the ATI TEAS website. I'm only going to give myself two weeks to study given that I'm currently in micro and psych. I hope to get around 85%. Good luck!

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On 10/27/2019 at 11:51 AM, Lafours82 said:

A&P 1: A-

Teas: 78.7% (Retaking again to try for an 80)

Nursing GPA: 3.30

I retook a couple courses this summer to raise my gpa from a 3.0. I was waitlisted last year at Gateway pretty far down the list. I'm trying to figure out if I will have a better shot applying to Gateway or Capital this time. 

Good luck! I may look into retaking courses if I don't get into this cycle. Do repeated courses replace the grade or average into the nursing GPA?

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On 10/27/2019 at 11:51 AM, Lafours82 said:

A&P 1: A-

Teas: 78.7% (Retaking again to try for an 80)

Nursing GPA: 3.30

I retook a couple courses this summer to raise my gpa from a 3.0. I was waitlisted last year at Gateway pretty far down the list. I'm trying to figure out if I will have a better shot applying to Gateway or Capital this time. 

All the best! You should apply to both if that's possible. 

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1 hour ago, increasedmonoamines said:

Good luck! I may look into retaking courses if I don't get into this cycle. Do repeated courses replace the grade or average into the nursing GPA?

Same here. I will retake some courses if I don't get in. Repeated courses replace your previous grade only if the current grade is better than the previous. They go by your best grade and your best grades are calculated into your nursing gpa.

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On 10/31/2019 at 3:21 PM, hserwaa said:

All the best! You should apply to both if that's possible. 

Thanks! I retook the Teas and ended up with an 82%. I'm happy with that, but also questioning if I should retake it one more time, just on the off chance I can do better. As for applying to both, I think we can unfortunately only apply to one. 😞 

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On ‎11‎/‎4‎/‎2019 at 12:59 PM, Lafours82 said:

Thanks! I retook the Teas and ended up with an 82%. I'm happy with that, but also questioning if I should retake it one more time, just on the off chance I can do better. As for applying to both, I think we can unfortunately only apply to one. 😞 

 

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