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AD
VANCED PLACEMENT LPN -to- ADN PROGRAM
APPLICANT INFORMATION AND CHECKLIST
For January 2021 Admission
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS NOVEMBER 25, 2020
D
ear Student.
Th
is Checklist will enable you to create a personal record of the documents/activities that you have completed
towards applying to the Nursing Program.
A
dmission Information:
The Northern Essex Community College Nursing Program currently accepts up to seven (7) students into the LPN to
Associate Degree Nursing Program Option. All advanced placement students will enter the second semester
(Spring) of the first year of the ADN Program.
Admission to the Nursing Program is competitive. There are more qualified applicants applying to the program than
there are seats available. Those interested in the nursing program should meet with an advisor early to review the
criteria and clarify the process. Upon completion of all listed criteria, students will need to meet with an advisor in
order to complete the application process. Beginning the 4
th
Monday of February 2020, students will meet with
advisors to complete their change of Major/Action Forms to be reviewed for admission.
Students on the extended waitlist should meet with an academic advisor to explore other program options.
A
cademic Advising:
You can walk into the Advising Center on either the Haverhill or Lawrence campus and ask to meet with an advisor.
Application for admission (if you are a new student or have not been enrolled for the previous three years)
Major Choice: General Studies: Health Specialization, Interest in Advanced Placement LPN-to-ADN.
Official transcript showing evidence of high school graduation, or the equivalent with passing GED or HiSET
scores.
Official college transcript(s) if transfer credits are being requested. Any course transferred must have a grade
of “C” or higher. (see exception below regarding sciences)
Submit Official Transcripts from your PN Program.
Must attend a Mandatory Nursing Information Session prior to the application deadline, earlier attendance
is strongly encouraged. For Information Session dates, go to - the
Health Information Sessions webpage on
the NECC website.
Proof of current Massachusetts LPN license in good standing (other state licensed individuals must apply and
receive reciprocity from the Massachusetts Board of Registration in Nursing)
Complete the attached Employment Verification Form to demonstrate that they have been professionally
employed as an LPN during the three (3) years prior to admission. Applicant does NOT need to be
continuously employed to qualify. Employer will return form to Student Records at the Haverhill Campus.
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Completion of the Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS) within the last 5 years with a minimum score of
58% on the individual score and the following scores on the sub-scales:
See attached TEAS FAQ’s.
TEAS Reading 69%
TEAS Mathematics 63%
TEAS Science 45%
TEAS English 60%
A
n applicant may take the TEAS test a maximum of three times during an admission cycle. Should a retest be
required, the TEAS test may not be retaken sooner than three months from the previous test for a total of three
times. The most recent test results will be used for that admission cycle only.
NOTE: The TEAS Test used to meet the criteria for review can only be taken at Northern Essex Community College
at the Academic Placement & Testing Center on either the Haverhill or Lawrence campus.
Completion of the ATI Fundamentals Assessment Test with a minimum score of Level Two proficiency. This
test must be repeated each admission cycle or once per year.
NECC Assessment Placement Completed
To obtain the assessment schedule call the Assessment Center (978-556-3428). Assessment results must
indicate that the applicant does not need to take any of the following courses: College Reading, Reading
Writing and Reasoning, Writing Fusion, or Foundations of Algebra.
Reading Assessment completed on _______________________________.
Writing Assessment completed on _______________________________.
Mathematics Assessment completed on _______________________________.
NOTE: High School GPA for Math, Reading, and Writing WILL NOT meet the criteria for acceptance in the
program.
Science Repetition Requirement:
o All sciences regardless of where the sciences are taken that are being used to meet the Criteria for
Advanced Placement LPN to ADN can only be taken a total of two times each in order to make the
required “B” or higher grade. For example, if a student made “C’s in the Sciences for their Practical
Nursing Program, the student only has one more try for each science course required for Criteria when
applying to the Advanced Placement LPN to ADN
Required Courses at the College Level
o English Composition I (ENG 101) with a grade of “C” or higher
o English Composition II (ENG 102) with a grade of “C” or higher
o Introduction to Psychology (PSY 101) with a grade of “C” or higher
o Lifespan Psychology (PSY 110) OR Developmental Psychology I (PSY 201) and Developmental Psychology
II (PSY 202) with a grade of “C” or higher
o College Chemistry with Lab or Physiological Chemistry or higher with Lab with a grade of “B” or higher
o Anatomy & Physiology I (BIO121) with a grade of “B” or higher
o Anatomy & Physiology II (BIO122) with a grade of “B” or higher
o Microbiology (BIO220) with a grade of “B” or higher
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NOTE: Anatomy and Physiology I and II and Microbiology with a “B” or higher must be completed
within five (5) years prior to the anticipated start date of the Advanced Placement (LPNADN) to count
as credits towards completing the program.
If sciences are more than 5 years old, they must be retaken to meet nursing program admission standards
AND to meet the program requirements for other coursework e.g. nursing pre-requisites.
HES 102 automatically waived with presentation of current LPN license from the State of Massachusetts.
IMPORTANT FINAL STEP:
Change of Major/Action Form REQUIRED Between the 4th Monday of February, 2020 and ending the 3rd
Friday in September, 2020 the students will meet with advisors to complete their change of Major/Action
Forms to be reviewed for admission.
If there are significant changes in the admission criteria, students on the wait list may be required to comply with
the new criteria. This decision is at the sole discretion of the academic program faculty.
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ADDITIONAL PROGRAM INFORMATION
G
ood Academic Standing: All Students applying to the nursing program must be in Good Academic Standing per the
NECC Academic Standards and Progress Policy.
N
OTE: Computer Requirements
All students are required to have a Windows compatible laptop (not a tablet) for test taking.
P
rogram Capacity
The Associate Degree Option has a limited number of seats. In general, the College accepts 30 students.
The criteria describe the MINIMUM standards that must be met in order to be reviewed for admission to this option.
Currently, the number of qualified applicants exceeds the number of available seats. Consequently, once it has been
determined that the applicant meets the MINIMUM criteria, he/she is admitted on a rolling admission process.
Wa
itlist Status:
A primary wait list is created for qualified advanced placement applicants who are not initially accepted into the
program. The Wait List is 50% of the option capacity. Once the primary wait list is full, an extended waitlist will be
created. If there is an opening on the primary waitlist, a student from the extended waitlist will be moved to the
primary wait list. Students are admitted to the program from the primary waitlist on a space available basis.
Students who are placed on the primary wait list, and for whom a seat does not open during the current admission
cycle, are given first option on admission for the following year. Those students not moved from the extended
waitlist to the primary wait list will need to reapply. Students can only be deferred one time before being required to
reapply. Students who are accepted or are on the primary waitlist are also required to attend Orientation, no
exceptions.
A
ffirmative Action
For further information, please go to the Affirmative Action Policy
website.
C
PR Certification
All students in the Nursing program are required to hold CPR certification at the Health Care Provider or Professional
Rescuer level. Evidence of current certification is required before a student is allowed to participate in clinical
education courses, and certification must be maintained throughout the program.
C
riminal Offender Record Information (CORI) and Sex Offender Record Information (SORI)
Students interested in participation in an academic program that involves working with children, the disabled, or the
elderly, or a cooperative education experience or a program that includes a clinical affiliation with a private or public
health care provider, may be required to undergo a Criminal Offender Record Information (CORI) check, a Sex Offender
Registry Information (SORI) check, and/or a Criminal History Record Information (CHRI) check. Students will need to
provide a government issued photo identification and sign a release form allowing the college to view the student’s
CORI or SORI reports. Depending on the contents of a student’s CORI or SORI reports, participation in an academic
program or a cooperative education experience or a clinical or practicum affiliation related thereto, may be
denied. CORI checks may be performed pursuant to Mass. General Laws, Chapter 6, Sections 172©, and consistent with
guidelines promulgated by the Executive Office for Health and Human Services, and/or the Commonwealth’s
Department of Public Health. SORI checks may be performed pursuant to Mass. General Laws, Chapter 6, Section
172©. CHRI checks may be performed based on the NH Code of Administrative Rules and state statutes to include RSA
106-B: 14 and RSA 106-B: 7, 1(b). For more information, contact the Registrar at 978-556-3700.
Clinical Affiliate Random Drug & Alcohol Screening Analysis Notification to Students
Please be advised that students enrolled in the Health Professions programs will be required to undergo and pass a
drug screening or a drug & alcohol screening analysis in order to be eligible for placement in a clinical facility.
Students who are assigned to clinical education experiences at the clinical facilities may be required to undergo and
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pass random drug screening or random drug & alcohol screening analysis in order to remain at that clinical facility.
Students who either fail to pass, or refuse to submit to, or fail to report within the required time for a drug screening
or a drug & alcohol screening analysis will be deemed ineligible for clinical placement, which may affect their status
in the program. If you have any questions pertaining to this policy, please contact the Office of the Dean of Health
Professions.
H
ealth Requirements
Information regarding the College’s health requirements will be sent to you upon your acceptance to the program.
T
echnical Standards Form
Describes the physical and behavioral characteristics required to successfully complete the program are available the
health forms at our website, which can be found at our website
. We encourage you to review these as soon as
possible.
I
nformation about Licensure
The Massachusetts Board of Registration in Nursing (Board), as a regulatory agency of state government, protects the
health, safety and welfare of citizens of the Commonwealth by licensing qualified Registered Nurses and Practical
Nurses in accordance with Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 112, sections 74, 74A and 76, and Board Regulations
at 244 CMR 8.03 and 8.04. The initial applicant with one or more criminal conviction(s), and/or with past pending
disciplinary action against a professional/trade license/certificate must be evaluated for compliance with the “Good
Moral Character” licensing regulation.
A
pplicants are directed to further information regarding determination of Good Moral Character by accessing the
Board of Registration in Nursing website at:
http://www.mass.gov/eohhs/docs/dph/quality/boards/nursing/nursing-
good-moral-policy.pdf
I
ndividuals with a court record or a criminal conviction may wish to contact the Board(s) of Registration in Nursing in
any state in which he/she plans to work for guidelines in determining good moral character,before entering the
nursing program. This will allow him/her individual to make an informed decision about choosing to pursue nursing
education at this time.
N
ursing Transition LPN-ADN Course
This course is required after acceptance to the program and must be successfully completed in the Winter
Intersession prior to the start of classes in January for students accepted into the second semester of the ADN
option.
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NU
RSING PROGRAM
TEST OF ESSENTIAL ACADEMIC SKILLS (TEAS)
FACT SHEET
1
. What is the Nursing Program Admission Test?
T
his test is an assessment of an applicant’s scholastic aptitude. It is designed to predict academic readiness of an
applicant prior to admission into the Nursing Program. The specific test used by NECC is the Test of Essential
Academic Skills (TEAS).
2.
Where can I take the test?
The TEAS Test used to meet the criteria can only be taken at Northern Essex Community College at the Academic
Placement & Testing Center on either the Haverhill or Lawrence campus.
3.
What academic content areas will I be tested on?
Th
e TEAS consists of four content areas: Math, Reading, English, and Science.
The Math subtest covers whole numbers, metric conversion, fractions and decimals, algebraic equations,
percentages and ratio/proportion.
The Reading subtest covers paragraph comprehension, passage comprehension, and inferences/conclusions.
The English subtest measures knowledge of punctuation, grammar, sentence structure, words and spelling.
The Science portion of the test covers scientific reasoning science knowledge, biology, chemistry, anatomy and
physiology, basic physical principles and general science.
4.
Are there essay questions on this test?
N
o. This is an on-line test, consisting of all multiple-choice questions.
5. How long will it take me to complete the TEAS?
T
his test will take approximately four hours. Each of the four content area tests must be completed within a
specified time.
6. Is there a particular score I must achieve on the TEAS?
Yo
u must achieve a minimum score of 58% on the individual total score and the following scores on the sub-scales:
TEAS Reading: 69%
TEAS Mathematics: 63%
TEAS Science 45%
TEAS English 60%
7.
Is there any way that I can prepare for the TEAS?
Y
es. There is a Pre-Test Study Manual that you may purchase to assist you in preparing for this test. The study
manual provides sample questions and general information in the areas of Reading, Math, Science, and English. You
may purchase this manual at the NECC Bookstore or online at the ATI testing site
.
You may also purchase and take an Online TEAS Practice Assessment by going to the ATI testing site.
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The Academic Coaching Center has a resource available free of charge to NECC students interested in applying for
admission into a NECC Health Program that requires applicants to take the TEAS. The center has available the PLATO
TEAS preparation courseware. The PLATO courseware was developed to align with the strands and topics that are
assessed on the high-stakes exams like the TEAS. It includes the four content areas of the TEAS: English, Reading,
Science, and Math. The preparation program is web-based and self-directed. Students can work on the program in
the Academic Coaching Center or at home. The program does not have TEAS practice tests.
S
tudents, who are interested in enrolling in the program, can schedule an appointment for an orientation by
contacting Denise Trinidad by email: dtrinidad@necc.mass.edu or telephone 978-738-7452. For more information on
how to enroll in the program, please go to the Academic Placement and Testing Center webpage
.
8.
When will I take the TEAS?
T
he TEAS is administered on a regular basis. For more information, go to the ATI registration page.
9.
Is there a fee to take the TEAS?
Yes. T
here is a non-refundable fee of $94.00*. Registration and payment for the test are done on-line. For more
information, go to our Health Profession Testing site
.
*
Note: Fee subject to change on or after July 1
st
each year
10. Wha
t should I bring with me on the testing date?
2 forms of identification including a picture ID.
Your ATI confirmation e-mail
Your ATI username and password.
No water, food, calculators, beepers, or cell phones are allowed. As room temperature varies, it is suggested that
you dress in layers to accommodate the environment.
11.
How will I know how I performed on the TEAS?
R
esults will be available immediately. Students can access their score reports by logging onto the ATI website
.
12.
How often can I take the TEAS?
A
n applicant may take the TEAS test a maximum of three (3) times during an admission cycle. Should a retest be
required, the TEAS test may not be retaken sooner than three (3) months from the previous test for a total of three
times. The most recent test results will be used for that admission cycle only.
13.
What happens if I miss the test?
If the testing session is missed, you will not be refunded.
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FUNDAMENTALS ASSESSMENT TEST
FACT SHEET FOR LPN-ADN APPLICANTS
1.
What is the FUNDAMENTALS ASSESSMENT TEST?
The Fundamentals Assessment Test is a validation test designed to evaluate previous nursing learning and knowledge
of LPNs seeking to enter the Associate Degree Nursing Option.
2.
What areas of nursing will I be tested on?
There are eight clinical topics that will be tested:
Basic care and comfort
Health promotion and maintenance
Coordinated care
Pharmacological therapies
Physiological adaption
Psychosocial integrity
Reduction of risk potential
Safety and infection control
3.
Are there essay questions on this test?
No. This test consists of multiple-choice questions, and alternate item questions, such as multiple response, fill in the
blank, hot spot, drag, and drop, ordered response.
4.
How long will it take me to complete this test?
The Fundamentals Assessment Test will take approximately 70 minutes. The test must be completed within the
specified time.
5. Is there any way that I can prepare for this test?
Review your fundamentals of nursing material from your Practical Nursing Program. There are additional preparation
materials for purchase on the ATI online store; there is a Fundamentals practice test and a review module.
6.
When will I take the Fundamentals Assessment Test and how do I sign up for it?
The Fundamentals Assessment Test is administered on regular basis. For more information, go to
our Health
Professions Testing website.
7.
Is there a fee to take the Fundamentals Assessment Test *?
Yes, there are two non-refundable fees: $31.00 ATI fee and $35.00 NECC registration fee. Registration and payment
for the test are done online. For more information, go to our Health Professions Testing website
.
*N
ote: Fee subject to change on July 1 each year.
8.
What should I bring with me on the testing date?
2 forms of identification including a picture ID.
Your ATI Confirmation e-mail.
Your ATI username and password.
No beverages, food, calculators, beepers, or cell phones are allowed. As room temperature varies, it is suggested
that you dress in layers to accommodate the environment.
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9. How will I know how I performed on the Fundamentals Assessment Test?
Results will be available immediately. Students can access their score reports by logging onto NOTE: The TEAS Test
used to meet the criteria for review can only be taken at Northern Essex Community College at the Academic
Placement and Testing Center on either the Haverhill or Lawrence Campus.
10. How often can I take the Fundamentals Assessment Test?
An applicant may take the admission test two times during an admission cycle. There must be at least six months
between each test and the most recent test results will be used for that admission cycle only. The Fundamentals
Assessment test is only good for one admission cycle, or one year.
11. Is there a score I must achieve on the Fundamentals Assessment Test?
Yes, you must score at Proficiency Level 2
12. What happens if I miss the test?
If the testing session is missed, you will not be refunded.
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LPN-AD
N Advanced Placement Option
LPN Employment Information
Directions: Please return this form to:
Student Records
Northern Essex Community College
100 Elliott St
Haverhill, MA 01830
Student Section
Name: ___________________________________________________________
Student ID #: _____________________________________
MA LPN License #__________________________ Exp. Date_______________
Date: ____________________________________________________________
Employment Information as an LPN within the last three (3) years
Please identify your most recent place of employment as an LPN within the last 3 years.
Place of Employment: _______________________________________________
Address: _________________________________________________________
Street City State
Dates of Employment: From: ________ to _________
Mo/Year Mo/Year
Employer Section (To be completed by the employer and returned to the above address)
I certify that _________________________ is/was employed as an LPN from ________ to _________.
Name: ___________________________________________________________
Title: ___________________________________________________________
Signature: ________________________________________________________
Place of Employment: ______________________________________________
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