Nursing Math Screening Test
Nursing applicants who plan on applying to the junior clinical year must take the Level A Math Screening Test. All applicants must pass this math competency with an 84% or higher in order to complete their application for the nursing clinical program. You have a total of four attempts to pass the exam successfully. It's a good idea to look at the Level A Review Packet [pdf] and Level A Answers [pdf] prior to taking the exam.
If you have not passed the exam after the second attempt, you need to review and complete the Math Remediation Contract [pdf]. Please fill this out and send it in to us. Current Fisher students must get this form signed by Dr. Dollinger. If you do not pass the math exam in four attempts, you will not be admitted into the clinical nursing program.
Passing grade for this is 84. Be sure to look at the Level A Review Packet [pdf] prior to taking this the first time so you are prepared for the types of questions that will be on it.
Level A Math Screening Test - Spring 2018
Are you applying for the nursing clinical program this coming year? If you have not yet passed the Level A Math Screening Test, you must do so in order for your nursing application to be considered complete.
Dates: January 18 through April 11
Location: Basil 207 (Map)
Time: Thursdays at 12:30 p.m. OR 5 p.m.
No registration is required, however you MUST bring a form of student identification and a pencil. If you have any questions, please contact the Math Center at (585) 385-8407 or email@example.com.
- Report to the testing room 10 minutes before the exam is to start
- You must show photo ID
- No calculators can be used
- You have 60 minutes to complete the test
- No phones allowed in the testing room
It is strongly recommended that you complete the sample test in the Level A Review Packet [pdf] and brush up on ratios, proportions, fractions, decimals, and solving for X. You must attain a score of 84% on the test to pass.