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Competitive Admissions Process
Applicants will be assigned points for non-clinical (non-SON) courses that are part of the Associate Degree Medical
Sonography curriculum and are completed by the application deadline.
January 31 application deadline: points will be accrued for classes completed through the prior fall semester.
July 31 application deadline: points will be accrued through the summer semester.
How to Calculate Your Points
HUM/FA electives include: ART 111, ART 114, ART 115, HUM 110, HUM 115,MUS 110, MUS 112, PHI 215, PHI 240
You can speak with a Health Sciences admissions and academic advisor for other options.
Additional points will be awarded for the following:
TEAS test: Based on the TEAS composite scores, points will be awarded as follows:
0-62 composite score = 0 points
63–70 composite score = 3 points
71-80 composite score = 6pts
81-90 composite score = 12pts
91+ composite score = 20 pts
Applicants will receive 2 (two) points for reapplying and submitting the clinical application. The 2 (two) points are
only awarded once.
Applicants will be awarded 2 (two) points for the completion of an Allied Health related degree. Official transcripts
must be submitted. Points are awarded based on the Imaging department head’s approval. Verification that
program had a clinical component with required patient contact must be submitted with the Medical Sonography
Please note the following:
For Health Science programs, grades of “C” or better are required in all program-related curriculum classes. If you
earn below a “C”, you must retake the class.
To receive points for MAT 152 or MAT 171, the class must be completed within 10 (ten) years of the first SON class.
To receive points for BIO 163 (Anatomy & Physiology), the class must be completed within 5 (five) years of the
first SON class. If you completed BIO 168 and BIO 169, the 5 year deadline is based on the BIO 169 date.
If students receive credit based on AP, CLEP, or DANTES exam scores, points will be awarded equivalent to a “B” –
10 points. AP, CLEP, or DANTES exams will not be accepted for BIO classes.
Wake Technical Community College is constantly evaluating the admissions
procedures and reserves the right to make changes as the need arises.