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Planning to join a Nursing Program? Let us help you get ahead – earn advanced standing credits from the College Level Examination Program. Prepare for the ATI TEAS exam for successful college admission.
For career changers and recent high school graduates. Choose from either a 4-month intense program or a slower-paced 6-month program.
Earn Advanced Standing Credits: Full review of pre-college level courses in Mathematics, Biology and Chemistry. Review classes are aligned to CLEP college credits. Earn up to 18 college credits – awarded by College Board*.
Each preparatory course is designed to help students succeed in the CLEP exam. Courses are offered under a blended curriculum: Online guided self-study AND in-class review and problem solving. Program employs a unique 6-step process from student’s pre-assessment through a simulated test to ensure that students are fully prepared for the CLEP exam. Included with each course:
ATI TEAS Exam Preparation. Upon completion of the CLEP exam preparation and testing, students will proceed to an intense TEAS exam preparation.
Onsite workshops with online learning enhancement. Unlimited practice tests to help prepare for the TEAS exam.
The College Mathematics course covers material generally taught in a college course for non-mathematics majors and majors. The content requires students to be able to demonstrate the ability to solve both routine, straightforward problems and non-routine problems that require an understanding of concepts and the application of skills. Topics included are sets, logic, real number systems, functions and graphs, probability and statistics, as well as selected topics in algebra and geometry.
The Biology CLEP preparatory course covers material that is usually taught in a one-year college general biology course. The subject matter tested covers the broad field of the biological sciences, organized into three major areas: molecular and cellular biology, organismal biology and population biology.
This chemistry CLEP preparatory course covers material that is usually taught in a one-year college course in general chemistry. Understanding of the structure and states of matter, reaction types, equations and stoichiometry, equilibrium, kinetics, thermodynamics, and descriptive and experimental chemistry is required.
A student takes a pre-assessment exam to determine individual strengths and weaknesses.
Personally Planned Curriculum
Based on this assessment a student will follow their personally designed curriculum on the course learning portal.
Periodic Formative Updates
Our instructors will monitor each student’s individual progress and periodically provide formative assessments.
Students will attend in-class review and problem-solving workshops (16-week or 24-week options)
Personalized Progress Report
Each student receives a progress report prior to the instructor-led review dialogs. This report will allow the student to focus on strengthening any remaining areas of concern during the last few weeks of the program.
Ready Review – One Week Prior to Exam
Each student will be given a final summative assessment, providing them with information on their level of exam readiness.
Practice Tests: Unlimited & Available Anytime
Students may access simulated practice tests designed by our experts.