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  1. No acceptance letter yet. The deadline is today, the 12th. They had extended it. They’re taking up to 30 lpns this year. I only got one point on the accuplacer. Do you happen to know what the lowest score you need to apply is by chance? My co-worker was told 256 and that you only needed a 276 if you wanted the point but it’s not the requirement. Whats your total points if you don’t mind me asking?
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    Olympic College-TADN

    @indiechic I’m sorry to hear that! I’m glad you didn’t give up though. Also glad to know of someone else who has applied. I’m only worried because they extended the deadline twice! But tomorrow is the official deadline again with no more extensions. I verified that.lol from what I calculated, I got 20 points. Only got 1 point on the accuplacer. I know of some people who have applied in the 250s area. They were told that’s the lowest they take? If that’s the case, I’m pretty happy with my 1 point.
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    Olympic College-TADN

    Hello! I just applied to the TADN this year. I’m hoping someone from this thread sees this! I’m wondering if anyone can share how many points they got. I feel as though I have a low point score. Just want some hope. Thank you.
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    Lower Columbia College- LPN2RN elearning

    wow. how did you do iamjj?
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    Lower Columbia College- LPN2RN elearning

    Anyone know how the two test scores are looked at? Are they combined or is it something along the lines of whoever got the highest on both tests? Didn't do as well on the TEAS as I had hoped. I'm determining whether or not I should even take the Kaplan on the 25th. On the website it says that applicants are selected based on total points on the nursing admission exams. SO I'm assuming it means they add the two? thoughts please!
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    Lower Columbia College- LPN2RN elearning

    Keri_Price: Thank you for sharing the information on the campus LPN to RN bridge. I also checked that I am interested in being considered for it and was wondering what the schedule would look like. Im taking my TEAS on July 12th at TCC and the Kaplan on the 25th at LCC. Good luck! NurseBritt1 and Nursebarcena: Great scores! I took the TEAS back in 2017 without studying and got 74.7. Im definitely studying this time around. I work with two people who got in last year to the elearning. One had a 82 and the other had a 79.7. From what I was told, 79 was the lowest they took last year. for TEAS, however, it changes year to year based on the scores they get I assume. I even know of someone who made it in a few years ago with a 72 on their TEAS. I keep pushing my date out to take my TEAS. Sadly I remember nothing from the math and science sections. I know that knowing formulas, fractions, and conversions is needed for math and science is everything. Maybe you ladies would be willing to shed some lights on the must knows topics. Of course I completely understand if you don't.lol Good luck to everyone!
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    Lower Columbia College- LPN2RN elearning

    Scarlet-LPN: I also took the TEAS without studying. I took it in 2017 and scored 70-75 in reading, math, and science. I scored an 87 in English. I retook it two days later to try and improve my scores for a different school. I think my nerves must have gotten the best of me because I got 80's in math and reading, but my science went down to 60 and my English when down to 50! Out of both tests, I'm more worried about the TEAS. As for the Kaplan, Ive heard from two people, who are in the program now, that it was mostly about delegation, knowing the scope, and knowing certain information such as joint commission, ect. Hopefully that helps a little bit!
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    Pacific Lutheran University (PLU) BSN 2019-2020

    Thank you for sharing! After reading that, it does seem like it is fair game. Good luck to everyone!
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    Pacific Lutheran University (PLU) BSN 2019-2020

    Meuschki, no it doesn’t. All that entails is that I wouldn’t have to do the first semester. I would join a traditional cohort in their second semester and take the same classes as they do. I have a DTA as well. I went through Clover Park Technical College for my LPN. I would like to get into PLU but I’m also applying to other bridge programs in the area.
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    Lower Columbia College- LPN2RN elearning

    Nurseamber27: Thank you sharing that information for what to study for the Kaplan! I was struggling with that. And I will definitely keep you posted. You do the same! NurseBritt1: Welcome! I believe you can take the TEAS test before you apply and afterwards as long as it is done by the July deadline. It is your choice from what I have read. You can even take it a different location. For the Kaplan Transitions Test, that is done at their testing site I believe. For Kaplan, I am going to use my NCLEX PN book and my fundamentals book from the LPN program I took. Let me know how the NCLEX app is though! Good luck and keep us posted! I am planning on taking the TEAS in June.
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    Lower Columbia College- LPN2RN elearning

    Hi there! I am also planning on applying there for the LPN2RN program. That is a fantastic score on the TEAS! I am planning on taking it in June. If you don't mind me asking, how did you study for it? I am currently using mometrix, TEAS mastery app, and I plan on purchasing the two practice tests on the ATI website. Thank you for any information you can share, and I will keep you posted as well!
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