Assessment for Nursing Potential (ANP)

The ANP is a combination of three tests designed to identify students with the potential to succeed in the upper level of the nursing program. It covers the following tests:

Aptitude Test is designed to measure fundamental intellectual abilities or the “innate-based” learned abilities. It consists of the following subtests:

Achievement Test measures proficiency in general education courses taken in the lower division level i.e., the first two years of the nursing program. These courses include:
Quality Nursing Scale measures an individual’s likelihood of possessing a wide array of personal traits that are desirable for quality nursing care. It consists of four subscales:
ssessment for ursing otential A N P A combination of three(3) tests to form a strong base for selecting students for the next step - the Upper Nursing division level Aptitude Test whichmeasures the “innate-based”learned abilitites(Verbal Reasoning, QuantitativeReasoning and Abstract Reasoning) Achievement Test which measures what has been learned in the lower Nursing division level.(Psychology, Communication Skills, Algebra, Basic Physical Sciences and Basic Life Sciences) Nursing Attitudinal Inventory which assesses the traits that are essential to a nurse or which may contribute to one’s success in the Nursing profession A good preparation for the Nursing Board Exam and other foreign-based tests like NLCEX or CGFNS Asian Psychological Services & Assessment, Inc.