TEAS V is a program entry requirement for all students seeking entry in the Practical Nursing or Associate Degree in Nursing programs. Students are required to score a minimum of 65% in the mathematics and reading sections of the test to be eligible for clinical entry. Students majoring in an Associate degree or diploma program in Health Science are eligible to take TEAS V in effort to gain additional Merit points.
Note: The TEAS V was previously named the HOBET V. The name of the test has changed, but the test content has not changed. Therefore, students who already have HOBET V study materials may use them to prepare for the TEAS V.
The TEAS V schedule for spring has been filled and requests for a testing appointment are no longer being taken. The scheduling staff will be working with those who have already submitted a request for a test appointment. The next TEAS V testing cycle will begin in early August.
WorkKeys is a program entry requirement for all students seeking entry into Respiratory Care. Students are required to score a minimum of 4 in all testing areas to meet the Program-Ready requirement. Students should have this completed by the application deadline.
WorkKeys testing is offered every Wednesday at 8:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.. No prior registration is required; however, the participant must visit the Continuing Education office (Located in “GA” Building) to pay for the test prior to entering the classroom. Once payment is received, the participant must take his/her receipt and a picture ID to the classroom for admission. Testing is only offered on the Greenwood campus. Testing is free to Respiratory Care students with student ID.
Students will receive a score sheet upon test completion. Students that meet the minimum scores should submit their score sheet to the Respiratory Care Coordinator in the Health Science Division prior to the application deadline.
Licensed practical nurses seeking entry into the Transition Nursing program must take the NLN Foundations of Nursing exam and receive a score of 55 percentile or higher.
Testing space is limited. Testing appointments should be scheduled early and appointments must be kept. Students should arrive 15 minutes early to the test site. Late arrivals may not be permitted to test. A photo ID is required.
NLN Foundations of Nursing exam dates are posted on the Transition Nursing website.
For Transition Nursing Program information, please click here.
For information about the NLN Foundations of Nursing exam, including the topics covered, length of the test, and other details, click here.