Asked by: France Aichhoferasked in category: General Last Updated: 24th June, 2020
What are the ATI proficiency levels?
Accordingly, what is a level 2 in ATI?
1. The benchmark score for the exam is Proficiency Level 2. If a student does not achieve a Proficiency Level of 2 or 3 on the first exam, he/she must spend a minimum of three (3) hours in ATI remediation, and submit a remediation plan, including strengths or weaknesses, prior to taking the second exam.
what are the ATI content mastery levels? ATI RECOMMENDED CUT SCORES
|RN CMS 2016 PROCTORED ASSESSMENTS||LEVEL 1 CUT SCORE||LEVEL 3 CUT SCORE|
|Mental Health (60 items)||56.7% – 65.0%||85.0% – 100.0%|
|Nursing Care of Children (60 items)||53.3% – 61.7%||78.3% – 100.0%|
|Nutrition (60 items)||46.7% – 65.0%||81.7% – 100.0%|
|Pharmacology (60 items)||56.7% – 70.0%||85.0% – 100.0%|
Also asked, what is a proficient score on ATI teas?
Although every school has slightly different criteria for admission, most require a Composite Score of at least 60% to 70%. If your score is considered “proficient” according to your school's standards, you should be eligible to apply to the nursing or dental hygiene program.
What score is a Level 1 on ATI?
Level 1= 4 (11.1%) - Scores meeting the Proficiency Level 1 standard can be considered to meet the absolute minimum expectations for performance in this content area. Scores at this level were judged by the content expert panel to indicate a student as likely to just meet NCLEX-RN standards in this content area.