Do you need to take the TEAS V test to get into nursing or allied health professional school, but you're concerned about your basic math skills? Has it been a while since you took an English, chemistry or biology class?
Penn State Shenango is offering a seven-week TEAS V prep course, offered partly in the classroom and partly online, that will help students prepare for the TEAS V test.
The course will provide instruction on test taking skills and strategies. It is ideal for students who have taken the exam previously, as well as students who are preparing to take the test in the early fall of 2014.
The TEAS V test is required both nationally and locally for admission to nursing and allied health professional schools, including Sharon Regional Hospital School of Nursing and Jameson Health System School of Nursing. It has 170 questions in the general function of math, English, science and language. Students who have not been in the classroom for a while or those who struggled with these subjects in high school are encouraged to take this course.
Classes will meet from 7 to 9:30 p.m. July 9 through August 20 in the Science Building Room 108. Students will also have about three hours of online coursework to do each week.
The cost is $199, and you must register by July 7.
Contact Kevin McDade, instructor of biology, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 724-983-2825.
Fill out the form below and mail your payment to: Penn State Shenango, Bursar's Office, 147 Shenango Ave., Sharon, PA 16146. Checks should be made out to Pennsylvania State University.