TEAS-V

Information for Applicants to Spring 2014 Concordia School of Nursing

 

The ATI TEAS V exam is a required part of the application for admission to the Concordia University Texas School of Nursing. While the Concordia School of Nursing has not set a minimum score for the TEAS V, students receive points based on their composite score as follows:  

TEAS V Composite Scores

Lower than 58.7                          

0 points

58.7 – 73.2                                 

3 points

73.3 - 77.9

5 points

 78.0 – 90.6                                

7 points

 90.7 – 100                         

9 points

 

Day of Administration

  • If you arrive later than 5 minutes, you will not be allowed entrance
  • Cell phones must be turned off
  • Bring your credit/debit card with you to the exam
  • The first 15-20 minutes will be spent setting up the student ATI account
  • Once testing has begun, permission from the proctor is required before anyone may leave the room

 

Preparing for the TEAS V 

Preparing for the TEAS V is very important. Nursing research tells us that applicants scoring high on pre-nursing standardized tests are quite likely to be successful in nursing school. The Concordia BSN program strongly encourages applicants to order the study manual and take the two practice exams described at http://www.atitesting.com/Solutions/PreNursingSchool/TEAS.aspx. Applicants will find:

  • Learning Strategies: Your Guide to Classroom and Test-Taking Success
  • TEAS V Study Guide  ($46 + Shipping & Handling)
  • TEAS Online Practice Assessments  ($39 each; OR order TEAS V Study Guide and 2 online practice Assessments for $92.00 + Shipping & Handling)
  • TEAS Transcripts

 

 

 

 

 

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