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Interpreting TEAS Test Results. ADN and PN Student. What does my TEAS Score mean?. For the associate degree program you will need to score 58.7 or above in order to enter into the pre-nursing program For the practical nursing program, you need to score 50 or above to enter into pre-nursing. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Interpreting TEAS Test Results

Interpreting TEAS Test Results ADN and PN Student

What does my TEAS Score mean?For the associate degree program you will need to score 58.7 or above in order to enter into the pre-nursing programFor the practical nursing program, you need to score 50 or above to enter into pre-nursing.If you did not meet this requirement, you will have a total of 2 attempts to take the TEAS.If this is your second attempt and you were not successful, continue to read through the slides. You will be ineligible to retake the TEAS test for 3 years. You will be withdrawn from the nursing application process.

Focused ReviewYou can create a focus review on the ATI site to examine the content you missed. It will generate what areas you missed and an online book to help you review.

Your score pageYour Adjusted Individual Total Score is what you need to review. The other scores for the Subscale will inform you what areas you did well in and areas for improvement.

Next StepsIf you are an ADN student and have earned a score of 58.7 or above or a PN student and earned a 50 or above-Congratulations!:Complete the rest of your admissions requirementsOnce all admissions requirements are complete, you will be entered into pre-nursingIf you are an ADN student and earned a score 58.6 or below or a PN student and earned a 49.9 or below:If this is your first try, you may try a second time or meet with a counselor to determine if this is the right program for youIf this is your second try, you will be ineligible to enter into the pre-nursing program and are encouraged to meet with a counselor for career counseling.

ContactsCounseling: 920-735-5696 (for career counseling) counselingcntr@fvtc.edu Located on the Appleton campus in Room E121 Nursing: Timmons@fvtc.edu (for more information on interpreting results)

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