Thursday, May 11, 2017
The MAE will be given on Thursday, May 11 to students in the following groups:
Second Degree: 1st semester (NRS 280)
Complete Module A prior to the MAE
Check in at 3:30 p.m. with photo ID
Test begins promptly at 4:00 pm and ends at 5:00 pm
Basic BSN: 1st semester junior (NRS 329)
Second Degree: 2nd semester (NRS 382/384)
Check in at 12:00 noon with photo ID
Test begins promptly at 12:30 PM and ends at 1:30 PM
Second Degree: 3rd semester (NRS 486)
Check in at 9:00 AM with photo ID
Test begins promptly at 9:30 AM and ends at 10:30 AM
Students with DSS accommodations: All Winter 2016 DSS letters must be submitted to Sally O'Meara via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org by no later than noon on May 1, 2017 All students with May 2017 DSS accommodations should report for check in at 9:00 AM.
Students must achieve a score of 90% of higher on the MAE in order to satisfy the SON MAE requirement and continue in their clinical courses for the semester.
Please refer to the MAE policy in the SON Undergraduate Program Student Handbook for specifics.
Students will need to bring photo ID, a calculator (no cell phones), pencils, and eraser.
The MAE re-take is scheduled for Saturday, May 13 at 3:00 PM for students who were not successful on their first attempt. Review sessions will be held Friday May 12 and the morning of Saturday, May 13 to help students prepare for the retake.
Direct questions regarding the MAE to Sally O'Meara at email@example.com.
Here is important information regarding registering to take the NCLEX exam and applying for your Registered Nurse license. You may submit this information now or you may decide to wait for passing results of the Comprehensive Predictor Exam. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions.
Adviser contact information
Sarah Mullin for students who started at OU as freshmen
Emily Stepanian-Bennett for students who transferred to OU
April Thomas-Powell for Accelerated Second Degree students
All applicants are required to take the TEAS V test. Applicants must successfully pass the exam with an overall cut score or 58% or higher in the “Proficient” category.
Topics include reading, mathematics, science and English. The purpose of this test is to measure the entry-level abilities and skills of the nursing program applicants.
The TEAS Test is offered every first Monday of the month at our Focus: HOPE campus. You must register online by creating an Oakland University student account prior to taking the test.
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