I applied for the nursing program in spring 2013 and took the TEAs test in November 2013. I scored below the required score for that school. On the 2013 application guideline, it stated that students who score below the required score only need to take a course to be in the RN program.
In December 2013, the nursing dept revised the application and stated that if students score below the required score they had to retake the TEAs test. The nursing dept says I need to retake the test and go by the new guildeline for 2014. It`s much easier if I take the course than retaking the TEAs test again. Am I able to argue and go by the guidelined in 2013? Or does the nursing dept have the right to change the guidelines anytime they want and force every student that apply the year before to follow the new guideline?
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