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The Board of Registered Nursing is enforcing the Social Security Number requirement at the point of application for the RN licensing exam (NCLEX).
ATI completed a norming study on the new TEAS exam (Version V.). Due to student success data, the recommended cut score of version V is 62%. Based on the recommendation from the State Chancellor’s office, the EVC Nursing program will no longer accept TEAS test version 3.0 or 4.0 with cut scores of 72% or higher, effective the October 2011 application cycle.
SB 1393: students who have earned a Baccalaureate or higher degree from an accredited college are only required to complete the coursework required for the registered nursing program, including prerequisites and nursing coursework. These students are not required to complete any other courses to meet graduation requirements for the associate degree . However, to apply for licensure through the CA Board of Registered Nursing (BRN), EVC nursing program graduates are required to complete 3.0 units of each of the following courses or equivalent courses: General Psychology (Psych 001), Oral (verbal) communications (COMS 010, 020, 035, 040, 045) and Societal/Cultural Pattern (ETH 010, 011, 030, 035, 040, 042, SOC 010, 011, SSCI 020, 050, ANTH 063).Are you interested in an entry level career in health care? EVC is proud to announce the California Department of Health approval of the Nurse Assistant Training Course (NURS 109). For course specific information and requirements, please click on the NURS 109 link