Johnston Community College 2010 and TEAS

  1. So what do you think that minimum score would be to get into Johnston Community College ADN program for 2010? I did just ok on my TEAS. I may have about 95 points total. But I scored 87% on the TEAS with a score of 83.5. One of my friends talked to admissions and she mentioned that in order to be competitive this year you MUST have scored atleast an 80. Also I am wondering when to expect letters of admission...or rejection....I am hoping to hear sooooon after the May 15th deadline to be on the Nurse Aid registry.

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  3. by   NC Girl BSN
    It depends. I tried to get into JCC for 2 years. Your score is good but it depends on if 60 other people did better and who has all their prequistes done. Good Luck!
  4. by   mmc51264
    I am hoping to get in too. I did well on the TEAS, but don't have my A & P (am planning on taking in SS). I have 107.5 points. If I don't get in, I am going to apply to the ABSN @ UNC.
    Good Luck!!!!!!
    Last edit by mmc51264 on Apr 30, '10 : Reason: spelling
  5. by   DawnMcB
    I'm a student at JCC who just finished A&P ll. I have finished all prerequisites; however I will not receive points for A&P ll since the course was completed after the March 1 deadline for admissions. I have a total of 111.4 points. I wasn't accepted last year so I'm really anxious and excited. The letters in 2009 were sent out on May 28. Hope this is helpful. Good luck!
  6. by   jenniferkristin
    Thanks for the insight Dawn! Good Luck!
  7. by   mmc51264
    Thanks!!! Good luck to you! If you have asll your prereqs and 111, I hope I stand a chance. I wish the letters would come out before summer school started, but I guess I'll go ahead and knock them out.
    Hope to see you both in the Fall
  8. by   DawnMcB
    Best of luck to both of you! I understand this year that the college will be admitting 60 students. I hope your summer classes go well. If you haven't taken A&P, I recommend that you select *** as your instructor. He is an excellent teacher with a great sense of humor. I really hope to meet you both this fall at orientation. We will know in a couple of weeks. The waiting game is torturous. Keep me posted on your status.
    Last edit by VickyRN on May 12, '10
  9. by   jenniferkristin
    I'm thinking about taking my A&P this summer. I heard that 2nd Semester is a doozy! Do either of you know the class schedule for the courses at Johnston? On the website it states Tues. Wed. Thurs from 1pm to 6pm and 12 hour clinicals once weekly.
  10. by   mmc51264
    For the Nursing? I thought it was Wed & Thurs all day (9:00-3:00) and clinicals were either Mon or Tues, 6:30-12:30.
    *** is the only one teaching the summer A&P, I am def going to try and get in that. I have Sx that day so a friend is going to try and register me; fin. aid all set already.
    Last edit by VickyRN on May 12, '10
  11. by   VickyRN
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  12. by   jenniferkristin
    I miss read the information on the website. The hours are 8-3 M_TH and Friday 8-1. Whoops. The other hours were for LPN-RN program. I am taking A&P at a different community college online. I think it will be terribly hard though. I hear I have to find and dissect cow eyes. Where in the world do you find a butcher discarding cow eyes in this day and age? Just 2 more weeks to discover if I got in. I can only hope that all the candidates before me will get into UNC and Duke and Wake Tech leaving a spot open for myself!
  13. by   Kmarr5
    I was told by a JCC advisor that for fall 2010 there is no minimum score required on the TEAS, obviously the higher your score the better change you have. I am also waiting and praying for an acceptance letter. I didn't know that if BIO 166 wasn't completed by March 1st the points didn't count. I just finished it in May. Does anyone know how many extra points for being a member of Phi kappa Theta (or whatever its called) the honor society add to your score? Good luck to everyone!
  14. by   DawnMcB
    The point ranking sheet for the JCC nursing program can be found on their web site. Additional points are not awarded for being a member of an honor society; however, if students have the same point rank score, the applicant's GPA on nursing related courses will be considered. I also heard recently that JCC will be admitting an additional twenty students,bringing the total to eighty(80) students. Best of luck to everyone!! We will all know soon. The wait is awful.