Nursing Entrance Test Scores
A nursing degree program is highly specified, quite a bit different from a regular business or liberal arts program. To make sure that potential nursing students have the abilities and aptitudes necessary to get a nursing degree, many nursing schools and programs need them to pass the Nurse Entrance Test (NET). There are 7 fields dealt on the test, and all questions are multiple choice. It lasts about 3 hours.
The various parts of the NET are Reading Comprehension Skills, Reading Rate, and Essential Math Skills, Test Taking Skills, Skill Level Profile, Social Interactions Profile, and Learning Styles Inventory. The reading inclusion abilities and math abilities are the most significant. Nationally, the average score on reading is 59, and for math are 69. Every school that uses the test will also have a minimum satisfactory score for the NET test.