Nursing Testing

TEAS Entrance Test

Students who want to enroll in the first semester of the nursing program must successfully pass the TEAS test as part of the program application process. Students can read the TEAS Overview document to learn more about exam registration, fee, and content details.

Please note:

  • There are a limited number of seats. Student must make an appointment at least 24 hours in advance. Email the Testing Center, call 307.778.1105 or stop by in person. 
  • Nonrefundable fee of $35 to test. Payable at LCCC Cashier (Clay Pathfinder building, Cheyenne campus) prior to testing. Must bring receipt on the day of the testing appointment in order to test.
  • Timed three-hour test. (180 questions)
  • Overall score and reading score must meet or exceed the national mean on the same test.
  • A passing score is valid for 3 years.
  • Students can take no more than two tests in a 12-month period. (For example: a student tests on Sept. 9, 2018. The student can retest one time before Sept. 9, 2019). There is a three week waiting period between tests. If the student is unsuccessful on the second attempt, there is a one-year waiting period from the date of the last test taken.

PN Predictor

Students who are licensed as an LPN or have completed two consecutive semesters of nursing school and who want to enroll in the third or fourth semester of the nursing program must successfully pass the PN Predictor test. This test is like taking a mini LPN NCLEX. Click here for more information on the nursing program advanced placement option.

Please note:

  • Must meet all other entrance requirements for advanced placement prior to taking this exam. See more details here.
  • There are a limited number of seats. An appointment must be made in advance. Email the Testing Center, call 307.778.1105 or stop by in person.
  • Timed three-hour test. (180 questions)
  • Nonrefundable fee of $35 to test. Payable at LCCC Cashier (Clay Pathfinder building, Cheyenne campus) prior to testing. Must bring receipt on the day of the testing appointment in order to test.
  • Must meet or exceed national mean score.
  • Passing score is valid for one year.
  • Students can take no more than two tests in a 12-month period. (For example: a student tests on Sept. 9, 2018. The student can retest one time before Sept. 9, 2019).