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Nyc Lpn cnet 2015-2016

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@sweet_tea08

Thank you for replying.

Is the test written or computerized?

Congratulations, by the way! How was the process/year? Do you mind sharing your initial PNAT & TEAS scores? What is passing for the TEAS?

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@Brivera1

The test isnt too bad. Reading was the easiest. I literally had 1minute left when I finished the math section.

All of the hard questions were in the 1st 2pages of the math. It took me about 15min to get to ques 7, but when I skipped ahead, I zoomed through 18-30 in less than 10 minutes. By the last 10min I was going back &forth filling in unanswered questions but I scored the highest on that section. Thats why it's important for me to know whether its written or whether or not.

The language was hardest for me simply because of vocabulary. I focused mainly on math skills for the pnat and thought there would be more grammar than actual vocabulary on the test (because of the book I studied from). I am working on that the most this time around.

After about a month or so, you'll get your results& they'll schedule you to take the TEAS- which you have to pay for online

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@ Brivera the CNET was fairly easy just keep track of the your time. I was almost out of time on the MAth section. But it like basic reading and math. Good luck!

@ SufiRN2B my CNET score was 85 and the TEAS I earned: MAth section- 92%, Reading- 94%, and English-85%. Oh the TEAS was computerized. There's no passing per say, they base it on the current applicant pool. But, it depends cause I know ppl who got lower than me who got in. Also, I didnt pay another fee for the TEAS exam.

The program itself was pretty easy. The hardest class was Pharm so if u can review classes of meds beforehand you will be head of the game. Once clinical begins in the end of Jan to beginning of Feb, the course load lightens then. You go to clinicals for two weeks and then back to school for two weeks until clinical ends.

The hardest part of the program was dealing with the administration or lack there of. There was alot of confusion during the program about many different things. But I know someone in the program currently and it seems things got cleared up and bit more strict. Good luck! Feel free to ask any other questions!

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@sweet_tee08

Thank you so much for your info! I really appreciate it. I've been doing A LOT of research simply because I cannot afford the proper materials right now so it really helps to know what to prepare for. That being said- minor outrage about not having to pay, my letter stated that I had to.. but perhaps things changed?(if not, then major outrage)

I assume for the TEAS there isn't an opportunity to go back and check/change answers? In your opinion, was the TEAS much harder than the pnat? Are there new types of material covered, or are the problems generally similar? Does it take long to get your results? If accepted, how long until you interview?

Thank you for the tips about pharm class and administration. I've seen a few posts about getting into the program, but never about going through it. It states that it is a free tuition program, but I heard you pay a 3rd party for books, tests and uniforms- is this true?

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I am scheduled to sit the cnet on March 28th. Ordered the review book. I am so anxious to get this over with. Has anyone passed recently ? Any tips

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I took the exam yesterday. It wasn't as hard as I expected. Basic math; adding, subtracting, dividing, multiplying, conversions. 50 questions that had to be completed in 60 mins. The reading was relatively simple. Passages to read and questions. 40 questions to be answered in 60 mins. The language and vocabulary threw me off a bit, but it was quite doable. 60 questions in 60 mins. Don't focus only on the math when studying (which was what I did), pay attention to the vocabulary as well. You will most likely finish with ample amount of time to spare. When time's up, that's it. You can't go back to the other sections. Good luck.

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Thank you. Is a bit nervos ... I do believe I'll do well God willing

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Thank you. Is a bit nervos ... I do believe I'll do well God willing

Believe me, there's no need to be nervous. You just need to pace yourself. Don't spend time on one question.

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Haven't gotten my results as yet. We were told we should receive the scores within 4 - 6 wks. Keeping my fingers crossed.

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I can feel it.. you did well for sure

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Still haven't gotten my books

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