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Selective Admission Points - Nursing

ASSOCIATE DEGREE NURSING
ADMISSIONS POINT SCALE

This scale is designed to objectively evaluate applicants for the Associate Degree Nursing Program.  Admission is based upon a point system.  Applicants with the highest total points will be admitted to the program. 

(ACT or NLN or A2 points + GPA/GED points + 5 points for completion of 12 graded (non-developmental) college hours)

ACT or ** CPP Composite Standard Score
Score 10/28/1989
to Present
Prior to 10/28/1989
1 0 1
2 0 2
3 1 3
4 2 4
5 2 5
6 3 6
7 3 7
8 4 8
9 4 9
10 5 10
11 6 11
12 7 12
13 8 13
14 10 14
15 11 15
16 12 16
17 14 17
18 15 28
19 16 30
20 28 30
21 30 31
22 31 32
23 32 33
24 33 34
25 34 35
26 35 36
27 36 37
28 37 38
29 38 39
30 39 41
31 41 43
32 43 45
33 45 47
34 47 47
35 47 47
36 47 47
 
NLN Percentile
Score Points
15-19 8
20-24 10
25-29 11
30-34  12
35-39 14
40-44 15
45-49 16
50-54 28
55-59 30
60-64 31
65-69 32
70-74 33
75-79 34
80-84 35
85-89 36
90-94 37
95-99 38
100 39
 
Evolve Reach Admission Assessment Exam (A2)
Score Points
90 or greater 39
85-89 35
80-84 30
75-79 20
74 or below 10
 
Cumulative GPA
Average Points
***Below 2.00  0
2.00-2.24 5
2.25-2.49 9
2.50-2.74 13
2.75-2.99 17
3.00-3.24 24
3.25-3.49 32
3.50-3.74 40
3.75-4.00 48
GED
Score Points
450-499 13
500-549 17
550-599 24
600-649 32
650-699 40
700-750 48
 

***Students with less than a 2.0 GPA cannot be admitted to the program.

 **The CPP (Career Planning Program) gives an estimated ACT composite score range based on the Reading and Numerical Skills sections of the test.  The CPP score that will be used for evaluation on this criterion will be the score in the middle of the range (i.e. 26 would be the score used for a score range of 24-28 on the CPP).  Although this test is no longer administered, scores earned prior to July 1, 1999 will be considered.

  • A current ACT or NLN Pre-Admission RN Exam or A2 Admission Assessment Exam is strongly recommended.
  • The GPA is cumulative of all post-secondary colleges/universities attended (non-developmental college hours).  For students who have not earned 12 graded non-developmental at a regionally accredited institution, the high school GPA at the time of graduation, or the GED score will be used.
  • 5 additional points will be awarded to applicants who have 12 graded non-developmental college hours from a regionally accredited college.  The former West KY Vocational College became regionally accredited on January 1, 2004.  Courses completed prior to this date do not qualify for the additional 5 points earned.

In the event of a tie in the total points, the applicant's GPA will be rank ordered to determine admission to the ADN program.

 

Download a printable copy of the ADN Selective Admissions Point Scale.