Pre-Entrance Testing

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    All applicants are required to take TEAS (Test of Essential Academic Skills) Version VI in the subject areas of Reading, Math, and English.  The Science section of the TEAS test is not a required component for admission.  All candidates must achieve the minimal score on each of the three required sections of the TEAS to be eligible for consideration for admission to either the day or evening practical nurse programs.  Entrance into the Bristol-Plymouth Practical Nurse Program is competitive.  Meeting the minimum score requirement does not guarantee acceptance.

    Bristol-Plymouth considers the following Adjusted Individual Scores as passing: 

    65% - Reading 
    60% - Mathematics 
    55% - English
     

    Pre-registration is required for all testing.  Candidates will not be admitted without prior registration and payment of the testing fee.  The pre-entrance exam fee is non-refundable.

    Passing scores on the entrance test are determined by the Practical Nurse Program and are posted above and on the registration form.  It is highly recommended that you prepare for each of the content areas prior to taking the test.  Candidates are only allowed to take the exam twice per enrollment period.  Test scores are valid for 2 enrollment cycles.

    The ATI TEAS Study Manual - Sixth Edition can be purchased at www.atitesting.com and most large bookstore chains.

    TEAS testing has concluded for this enrollment period.  Testing for the next enrollment period will begin in October 2018.

    Applicants requesting accommodations must notify the director of the program before scheduling a test date.      

                                                   
                                                                                      
       
    Click on the TEAS Registration button to print out a registration form or call the school to register with a credit or debit card - 508-823-5151, Ext. 240.
     
     
    If a candidate violates pre-admission testing policies, they will be ineligible to test again at Bristol-Plymouth and therefore will not be considered a candidate for nursing programs at Bristol-Plymouth.