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Pre-admission test scheduled for Practical Nursing Program

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Bucks County Community College, which has graduated nearly 600 students from its Practical Nursing program since it began in 2002, invites prospective students to take the pre-admission exam on Saturday, Feb. 2 at the Newtown Campus as the first step in applying to the program.

Students who wish to apply for the Practical Nursing program, a full-time, one-year course of study that begins each July, must take the Psychological Services Bureau or PSB’s pre-admission exam for Practical Nursing, explained Michelle Rue, the program’s director.

“The standardized test helps our nurse educators make decisions about admission and placement of prospective students,” Rue noted. “The general verbal, math, and science test presumes no previous knowledge of nursing.”

After graduating from the Practical Nursing program, students are prepared to take state examinations to become Licensed Practical Nurses to help meet the demand for the nursing shortage, Rue added.

The PSB-PN pre-admission exam will be administered promptly at 8:30 a.m. Feb. 2, in room 205 of the Gateway Building, located on the campus at 275 Swamp Road, Newtown. Registration is required by Jan. 28. Register online at tinyurl.com/BCCC-PNTest. A $55 test fee is payable online at registration.

For information, contact the Bucks County Community College Testing Center at 215-968-8466.

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