- Nursing Pre-Requisities
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Frequently Asked Questions about the ADN Program
Where is the ADN program offered?
The traditional RN program is only offered on the Waxahachie campus. Beginning summer 2020, the LVN-RN Bridge program will be offered in Waxahachie and Corsicana campuses.
How can I take the TEAS entrance test?
Call the Navarro College Testing Center at (903) 875-7457 or (972) 923-6429.
May I apply before taking all the pre-requisities?
No. All pre-requisities must be completed before submitting application.
How many points do I need to be admitted to the ADN program?
The majority of ranking points are earned from scores on the TEAS subscores for Reading,
Math, and Science. To qualify for admission, the ADN program requires an overall GPA
of 2.0 on all pre-requisite courses. Additional ranking points may be earned for the
Number of non-RNSG courses on the ADN degree plan that have been completed with a C or better
Current healthcare certification (Medical Assistant, Nurse Aide, EMT, Paramedic, RT, Med Aide, or Scrub Tech)
Courses toward the BSN degree completed with C or better (HIST 1301/1302, MATH 1314/1342, ENGL 1302/2311, CHEM 1411, GOVT 2305/2306)
Once all points have been determined, students will be ranked from highest to lowest.
Is there an expiration date on my science courses?
Science prerequisite courses must be completed within seven (7) years prior to application deadline. Students who have completed BIOL 2401 and/or BIOL 2402 more than seven (7) years ago and scored a C or better, have the option of taking BIOL 2404 (must score C or better) in the place of BIOL 2401 and/or BIOL 2402.
Can I still work while attending the program?
It is not recommended that students work while attending the ADN Program. The schedule often requires students to attend class and/or clinical rotations throughout the week. Clinical rotations may also be scheduled on weekends, nights, and/or weekends.