I am going to apply to maybe up to three ASN program. Here is the problems that all have different entrance exams. One school you must take the TEAS another school is the NET the last school is the CPT (college placemt test). How do you study for a entrance exams if you are a student apply to many different programs. For example the TEAS test has a science portion the other test does not. The level of math and reading comprehension is more difficult on the TEAS and CPT then it is on the NET. Are their any other students in the same boat as myself? please some advise.
Dec 16, '06
Yes. I am studying for the NET, the Nelson-Denny, and the GRE. You just do it. You work hard and plod through them all, in the order that you are taking them. A good approach is to break down in bits the elements you need to learn or brush up on. For example, write out a list. On the list might be 1) Review basic multiplication 2) Review basic division 3) Practice reading comprehension
This way you can cross off each item as you complete it. It feels better, and you can see yourself making organized progress.
I know it's frustrating. I have to memorize my multiplication tables for basic math. I never did that it 3rd grade because I was home schooled and my idiot parents just didn't bother.:spin:
Last edit by Multicollinearity on Dec 16, '06