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ASUN announces TEAS V testing dates

Source: Arkansas State University-Newport Source: Arkansas State University-Newport

NEWPORT, AR (KAIT)--Arkansas State University-Newport announced Monday that the TEAS V (Test for Essential Academic Skills) will be administered on the following dates during the Spring 2014 semester:  Feb. 17 and Feb. 21; March 7 and March 21; April 4 and April 18; and May 2, 16 and 30.

The tests are limited to 22 examinees per session and will begin at 9 a.m. each testing day in the Academic Support Center located in the ASUN library on the Newport campus. 

The testing fee is $40 and must be paid in the ASUN Business Office in advance.

Pre-registration must be done in advance by calling or emailing Christy Mann at (870) 512-7867 or christy_mann@asun.edu.

The test must be taken before registering in either ASUN's Surgical Technology or Practical Nursing programs.  Call or email Mann for other enrollment requirements.

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