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6 hours ago, Josh LaBry said:

Hello! I am applying as well. I am taking the TEAS this weekend. They have allowed remote testing for May and June. They are still requiring it. My adviser said the last 3 Spring semesters the minimum score ranges from 49.8 - 53.2. So I agree 50-55 is the competitive range!

For what campus?

coffeeandscrubs_, CNA

Specializes in ICU. Has 1 years experience.

6 hours ago, Josh LaBry said:

If you create an ATI account, choose Denton as your location, and all May and June options will be open for remote testing.

thank you!

just looked and there are test dates through August. I will do this if testing at HBU is not an option for in person.

CSesh

Specializes in Math. Has 2 years experience.

Where are you all seeing this on the ATI website? After creating an account, the site asked for student id/institution. So I can't proceed beyond that.

coffeeandscrubs_, CNA

Specializes in ICU. Has 1 years experience.

5 minutes ago, CSesh said:

Where are you all seeing this on the ATI website? After creating an account, the site asked for student id/institution. So I can't proceed beyond that.

You should be able to select just a school for your profile. You can change it later.
you go to the store to register. In Houston it looks like there are testing centers that are allowing in person tests. If it is remote it will say so.

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14 hours ago, Josh LaBry said:

Hello! I am applying as well. I am taking the TEAS this weekend. They have allowed remote testing for May and June. They are still requiring it. My adviser said the last 3 Spring semesters the minimum score ranges from 49.8 - 53.2. So I agree 50-55 is the competitive range!

The minimum score range of 49.8-53.2 sounds like that would be more of a competitive range for the Houston campus. As far as for the Dallas campus, I would have to say that a score of at least 55 or above would be considered a competitive range based on what I’ve observed.

Hey guys. Sorry I am new to the grading system at this school. What does it mean from 49.8-53.2? Does that mean the overall point system?

Hey guys. Sorry I am new to the grading system at this school. What does it mean from 49.8-53.2? Does that mean the overall point system?

If I get a 71 on the TEAS, how is used to identify how many points I get out of it?

1 hour ago, Stardustknight said:

Hey guys. Sorry I am new to the grading system at this school. What does it mean from 49.8-53.2? Does that mean the overall point system?

If I get a 71 on the TEAS, how is used to identify how many points I get out of it?

That is referring to the admission score points that determines acceptance into the upper division nursing program.

Below is a link to the excel spreadsheet that is used to calculate your admission score points, along with instructions on how to complete it:

https://twu.edu/media/documents/nursing/GPA-WS-2018.xlsx

https://twu.edu/media/documents/nursing/Instructions-for-Completing-Nursing-Prerequisite-Worksheet.docx

coffeeandscrubs_, CNA

Specializes in ICU. Has 1 years experience.

Does anyone know when NursingCAS is supposed to open today? I have been checking all day and do not see the traditional BSN app, only RN-BSN

Thank you for posting the admissions score instructions link along with the excel sheet!

Does TWU count A- as 3.7 or 4?

Additionally, if I took multiple Chemistry classes, can I choose which one is counted?

On 5/15/2020 at 2:40 PM, rnwishing said:

Does anyone know when NursingCAS is supposed to open today? I have been checking all day and do not see the traditional BSN app, only RN-BSN

I’m assuming there must be a delay in them opening the NursingCAS application, because last I checked it still isn’t currently open.