Published Jul 25, 2005
I want to apply for LPN school but have to take the appitude test....whta is on it and what study guide do I need to get....I have to tak this test at the end of sept....HELP please. It is as hard as the RN NLN? Please someone help!
I think it depends on the school you go to. Ivy Tech (indiana) had something called the PSB, and it was easier than the RN (NET) test. I didn't think it was too bad, others thought it was hard, if I remember correctly, it had alot of English on it...Good luck!
I want to apply for LPN school but have to take the appitude test....whta is on it and what study guide do I need to get....I have to tak this test at the end of sept....HELP please. It is as hard as the RN NLN? Please someone help!Steph
contact the school you intend on going into, and request from them which study guides to use, as well as the format of the test.
Theres more than one entrance exam
Cashew was correct in stating that you need to find out the name, there will be study guides available for the test.
These test are to make sure your education level is at the expectations...meaning HS education if you got it or not...the test I took was called an ASSET it included these areas of scores, English and Math and Science...the basics you need to know out of HS...but don't worry it shouldn't deny you acceptance into the program...however it may require you to take a few extra classes.
I didn't need to but I knew a girl who need to take, Eng 101, Math 101 and Biology...she did much better than the rest of us who passed the ASSET when it came to more indepth knowledge requirement...just a thought...it really is a tool designed to know what you know, then make necc. improvements if needed.
Definately call the school and ask them what test. If they dont give you the exact name (don't see why they wouldn't) ask them what math, etc. is on the test. I took an entrance exam for BOCES LPN program back in April after missing the prep class they offered. After 27 years of being out of school I had to reacclaimate myself to basic math skills and reading comprehension. Those two are probably the things you should work on the most. They also did alot of social and phsyc profiling to see if you are able to cope with the program, etc. Good Luck to you!
PS I passed and begin the full time program in Sept.
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