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  • Molloy College: Non-Matriculated Students
    Traditions Offices and Services Accreditations Community and Institutes Alumni Relations News And Events Fast Facts About Molloy Virtual Tour Human Resources Campus Facilities Madison Theatre Molloy Social Media Contact Molloy Giving To Molloy Careers at Molloy Academics Message from VP Academic Affairs Degrees Offered Undergraduate Programs Graduate Programs Doctoral Programs Continuing Education Flexible Learning Opportunities Undergraduate Minors Off Campus Programs Course Search International Education Honors Program Molloy Faculty and Staff Employee Email Login Academic Services Student Solution Center Student s Right to Know JET Library Experiential Learning Admissions Freshmen Admissions Graduate Admissions Transfer Admissions Continuing Education Veterans Admissions Spring Open House 2016 Flexible Learning Opportunities Financial Aid Student Solution Center Bursar Tuition Fees Registrar s Office Course Search Residence Life Students Talk Molloy Parents and Families Schedule A Visit to Molloy Request More Information Apply To Molloy Tuition and Fees Molloy Life Student Life Portal Lion s Den Portal Lion Athletics Student Email Login Password Reset Tool JET Library Student Affairs Bookstore Campus Life and Activities Clubs and Organizations Campus Ministries Residence Life Dining Services Student Health and Wellness This Week At Molloy Suggestion Box Molloy Life News Public Safety Bringing out the best in every student Undergraduate Majors Graduate Degree Programs Degrees Offered Campus Life and Activities Admissions Freshmen Admissions Non matriculating Students Non Matriculated Students Non matriculated students may pursue courses at the college provided that they are academically qualified and meet the prerequisites for those courses Should a non matriculated student decide to work toward a degree he or she must follow the regular application procedures and fulfill the entrance requirements of the college Non matriculated students should be aware that normally no more than 12 credits completed at Molloy as a non matriculated student may be used to fulfill requirements for a degree Students wishing consideration

    Original URL path: http://www.molloy.edu/admissions/freshmen-admissions/non-matriculating-students (2016-02-13)
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  • Molloy College: Readmission/Re-entry Policies
    to Molloy Request More Information Apply To Molloy Tuition and Fees Molloy Life Student Life Portal Lion s Den Portal Lion Athletics Student Email Login Password Reset Tool JET Library Student Affairs Bookstore Campus Life and Activities Clubs and Organizations Campus Ministries Residence Life Dining Services Student Health and Wellness This Week At Molloy Suggestion Box Molloy Life News Public Safety Educational spiritual and personal growth Undergraduate Majors Graduate Degree Programs Degrees Offered Campus Life and Activities Admissions Freshmen Admissions Readmission Re Entry Readmission Re entry Policies Students who stop attending college are recorded as withdrawn from the college whether or not they officially withdraw and when they do not return after an approved Withdrawal Leave for one semester off Students who are recorded as withdrawn from the college and wishing to return to Molloy must apply for readmission by submitting a readmission application with a 30 application fee to the admissions office Records kept by the registrar s office will be retrieved and processed accordingly All outstanding transcripts must be forwarded to the admissions office for evaluation Students who have been withdrawn from Molloy for more than 7 years must submit all their credentials as the original documents are no longer on file Molloy coursework history and grades earned are kept permanently Students must be in good academic and financial standing in order to be readmitted to Molloy Readmitted students including returning Molloy s Associate s in Arts degree holders must pursue and satisfy the current catalog requirements when readmitted These catalog requirements include the current general education major minor and related requirements Those students who return to Molloy after two or more consecutive academic year semesters fall or spring terms of being withdrawn must meet the current catalog s major and related requirements The college will assess the

    Original URL path: http://www.molloy.edu/admissions/freshmen-admissions/readmissionre-entry (2016-02-13)
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  • Molloy College: Nelson-Denny Test FAQ
    Registrar s Office Course Search Residence Life Students Talk Molloy Parents and Families Schedule A Visit to Molloy Request More Information Apply To Molloy Tuition and Fees Molloy Life Student Life Portal Lion s Den Portal Lion Athletics Student Email Login Password Reset Tool JET Library Student Affairs Bookstore Campus Life and Activities Clubs and Organizations Campus Ministries Residence Life Dining Services Student Health and Wellness This Week At Molloy Suggestion Box Molloy Life News Public Safety Educational spiritual and personal growth Undergraduate Majors Graduate Degree Programs Degrees Offered Campus Life and Activities Admissions Freshmen Admissions Nelson Denny Test FAQ Nelson Denny Test FAQ What is the Nelson Denny reading test The Nelson Denny reading test is a standardized reading test that measures the reading ability of high school and college students The Nelson Denny includes two parts Vocabulary and comprehension The first part of the test vocabulary is made up of 80 100 multiple choice items each with five response options The time allowed for this part of the exam is 15 minutes The second part comprehension requires students to read 5 8 passages and to respond to 36 38 multiple choice questions based on the content of those passages The time allowed for this part of the exam is 20 minutes How is the test scored The final score on the Nelson Denny is made up of the total vocabulary questions answered correctly and double the amount of comprehension questions answered correctly This means that the comprehension part of the exam is worth twice more than the Vocabulary part After the two scores are added together the score is then converted into a grade level equivalent Sample test scores might look like 9 8 11 2 12 8 etc What do the test results mean If a student receives a final score of 9 8 this means that the student s reading ability is between the 9th and 10th grade reading level The nine refers to 9th grade and the eight refers to 8th month of that year Since many Nursing textbooks are written at the 16th grade reading level students with Nelson Denny reading scores below the 12th grade reading level might find the textbook too difficult to comprehend How do I obtain my test results The English Department located in Siena Hall room 103 will have your results 48 72 hours after you have taken the exam Call Trisha O Neill at ext 6272 to get your test results What happens if I do not pass the Nelson Denny Reading Test If you do not pass the exam you must register for either ENG 090 or ENG 101 Your advisor will inform you as to which class you will have to take Can I retake the test if I don t pass No you cannot retake the exam Therefore it is important that you are well rested and prepared on the date of the exam If you do not feel well on the day of the

    Original URL path: http://www.molloy.edu/admissions/freshmen-admissions/nelson-denny-test-faq (2016-02-13)
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  • Molloy College: Screening Tests
    Opportunities Financial Aid Student Solution Center Bursar Tuition Fees Registrar s Office Course Search Residence Life Students Talk Molloy Parents and Families Schedule A Visit to Molloy Request More Information Apply To Molloy Tuition and Fees Molloy Life Student Life Portal Lion s Den Portal Lion Athletics Student Email Login Password Reset Tool JET Library Student Affairs Bookstore Campus Life and Activities Clubs and Organizations Campus Ministries Residence Life Dining Services Student Health and Wellness This Week At Molloy Suggestion Box Molloy Life News Public Safety Educating minds and changing lives Undergraduate Majors Graduate Degree Programs Degrees Offered Campus Life and Activities Admissions Freshmen Admissions Screening Tests Screening Tests Reading and writing play such a significant role in your academic and professional success that these areas merit special attention and consideration Knowing how well you read and write can help you make important decisions about your education and will also assist us in advising you particularly during registration For this reason all accepted nursing students are required to take the Nelson Denny Reading Test and a writing test in composition Test results will be used to determine your eligibility to take science and nursing classes You are asked to come to the lobby of the Wilbur Arts Center 15 minutes before the time of testing with a number two pencil No one will be allowed late entry into the testing room The exam is timed and lasts approximately 60 minutes Please be reminded that while the test must be taken prior to your registering it does not affect your admission to the college Students must bring an ID with them to take the exam Nelson Denny Sample tests and questions Math Screening Sample tests and questions A proficiency in basic mathematics is needed in pursuing your coursework and career in the nursing field Therefore all accepted Nursing students are required to take a math screening test before registering to determine if there is a need for remediation You are asked to come to the lobby of the Wilbur Arts Center 15 minutes before the time of testing with a number two pencil No one will be allowed late entry into the testing room The exam is timed and lasts approximately 60 minutes Please be reminded that while the test must be taken prior to your registering it does not affect your admission to the college The purpose of this test is to determine the student s knowledge in basic mathematics needed to learn how to calculate medications accurately Description The test will consist of 20 questions that will incorporate these basic mathematical skills Division multiplication subtraction and addition of decimals Division multiplication subtraction and addition of fractions Conversion of fractions to decimals Conversion of percentages to decimals and fractions Solving for X Ration and proportion Word problems Calculators may not be used Criteria for success is a required grade of 90 percent 18 correct answers Outcome of the test Students who do not achieve the grade of 90 percent will

    Original URL path: http://www.molloy.edu/admissions/freshmen-admissions/screening-tests (2016-02-13)
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  • Molloy College: Nelson Denny and Math Screening
    Parents and Families Schedule A Visit to Molloy Request More Information Apply To Molloy Tuition and Fees Molloy Life Student Life Portal Lion s Den Portal Lion Athletics Student Email Login Password Reset Tool JET Library Student Affairs Bookstore Campus Life and Activities Clubs and Organizations Campus Ministries Residence Life Dining Services Student Health and Wellness This Week At Molloy Suggestion Box Molloy Life News Public Safety Bringing out the best in every student Undergraduate Majors Graduate Degree Programs Degrees Offered Campus Life and Activities Admissions Freshmen Admissions Nelson Denny Math Screening Nelson Denny and Math Screening These exams are for nursing students only Reading and writing play such a significant role in your academic and professional success that these areas merit special attention and consideration Knowing how well you read and write will help you make important decisions about your education and will assist us in advising you particularly during registration For this reason all accepted nursing students are required to take the Nelson Denny Reading Test and a writing test in composition Test results will be used to determine your eligibility to take science and nursing classes You are asked to come to the lobby of the Wilbur Arts Center 15 minutes before the time of testing with a Number 2 pencil No one will be allowed late entry into the testing room The exam is timed and lasts approximately 60 minutes Please be reminded that while the test must be taken prior to your registering it does not affect your admission to the college Students must bring an ID with them to the exam Upcoming Screenings Friday February 19 Nelson Denny at 2 p m Math Screening at 3 p m Friday February 26 Nelson Denny at 10 a m Math Screening at 11 a m Math Screening Freshmen Only TBA Frequently Asked Questions about the Nelson Denny Exam Math Screening Test A proficiency in basic mathematics is needed in pursuing your coursework and career in the nursing field Therefore all accepted Nursing students are required to take a Math Screening test before registering to determine if there is a need for remediation You are asked to come to the lobby of the Wilbur Arts Center 15 minutes before the time of testing with a Number 2 pencil No one will be allowed late entry into the testing room The exam is timed and lasts approximately 60 minutes Please be reminded that while the test must be taken prior to your registering it does not affect your admission to the college The purpose is to determine your knowledge in basic mathematics needed to calculate medications accurately The test will consist of 20 questions that will incorporate these basic mathematical skills Division multiplication subtraction and addition of decimals Division multiplication subtraction and addition of fractions Conversion of fractions to decimals Conversion of percentages to decimals and fractions Solving for X Ration and proportion Word problems Calculators may not be used Criteria for success A grade of 90 percent

    Original URL path: http://www.molloy.edu/admissions/freshmen-admissions/nelson-dennymath-screening (2016-02-13)
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  • Molloy College: Frequently Asked Questions about the Nelson Denny Exam
    Experiential Learning Admissions Freshmen Admissions Graduate Admissions Transfer Admissions Continuing Education Veterans Admissions Spring Open House 2016 Flexible Learning Opportunities Financial Aid Student Solution Center Bursar Tuition Fees Registrar s Office Course Search Residence Life Students Talk Molloy Parents and Families Schedule A Visit to Molloy Request More Information Apply To Molloy Tuition and Fees Molloy Life Student Life Portal Lion s Den Portal Lion Athletics Student Email Login Password Reset Tool JET Library Student Affairs Bookstore Campus Life and Activities Clubs and Organizations Campus Ministries Residence Life Dining Services Student Health and Wellness This Week At Molloy Suggestion Box Molloy Life News Public Safety Be inspired by our challenging curriculum Admissions Freshmen Admissions FAQ Nelson Denny Reading Test Frequently Asked Questions about the Nelson Denny Exam 1 What is the Nelson Denny Reading Test The Nelson Denny Reading Test is a standardized reading test that measures the reading ability of high school and college students The Nelson Denny includes two parts Vocabulary and Comprehension The first part of the test Vocabulary is made up of 80 100 multiple choice items each with five response options The time allowed for this part of the exam is 15 minutes The second part Comprehension requires students to read 5 8 passages and to respond to 36 38 multiple choice questions based on the content of those passages The time allowed for this part of the exam is 20 minutes 2 How is the test scored The final score on the Nelson Denny is made up of the total Vocabulary questions answered correctly and double the amount of Comprehension questions answered correctly This means that the Comprehension part of the exam is worth twice more than the Vocabulary part After the two scores are added together the score is then converted into a grade level equivalent Sample test scores might look like 9 8 11 2 12 8 etc 3 What do the test results mean If a student receives a final score of 9 8 this means that the student s reading ability is between the 9th and 10th grade reading level The nine refers to 9th grade and the eight refers to 8th month of that year Since many Nursing textbooks are written at the 16th grade reading level students with Nelson Denny reading scores below the 12th grade reading level might find the textbook too difficult to comprehend 4 How do I obtain my test results The English Department located in Siena Hall room 103 will have your results 48 72 hours after you have taken the exam Call Trisha O Neill at 516 323 3260 to get your test results 5 What happens if I do not pass the Nelson Denny Reading Test IIf you do not pass the exam you must register for either ENG 090 or ENG 101 Your advisor will inform you as to which class you will have to take 6 Can I retake the test if I don t pass No you cannot retake

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  • Molloy College: St. Thomas Aquinas Program
    Offered Undergraduate Programs Graduate Programs Doctoral Programs Continuing Education Flexible Learning Opportunities Undergraduate Minors Off Campus Programs Course Search International Education Honors Program Molloy Faculty and Staff Employee Email Login Academic Services Student Solution Center Student s Right to Know JET Library Experiential Learning Admissions Freshmen Admissions Graduate Admissions Transfer Admissions Continuing Education Veterans Admissions Spring Open House 2016 Flexible Learning Opportunities Financial Aid Student Solution Center Bursar Tuition Fees Registrar s Office Course Search Residence Life Students Talk Molloy Parents and Families Schedule A Visit to Molloy Request More Information Apply To Molloy Tuition and Fees Molloy Life Student Life Portal Lion s Den Portal Lion Athletics Student Email Login Password Reset Tool JET Library Student Affairs Bookstore Campus Life and Activities Clubs and Organizations Campus Ministries Residence Life Dining Services Student Health and Wellness This Week At Molloy Suggestion Box Molloy Life News Public Safety Educating minds and changing lives Undergraduate Majors Graduate Degree Programs Degrees Offered Campus Life and Activities Admissions Freshmen Admissions St Thomas Aquinas Program St Thomas Aquinas Program The St Thomas Aquinas Program STAP services those students who lack the standard academic credentials required for regular admission Students accepted into STAP receive extensive support and guidance during their first year of college A strong emphasis is placed on providing students with the skills they need to succeed during their collegiate career Program participants are linked with fellow students faculty members and the various clubs and organizations housed at Molloy in order to promote academic prosperity during their years at Molloy College Students will have access to individualized academic advisement services and weekly workshops on topics including study skills time management test anxiety and stress relief These workshops are designed to equip students with the skills and information they will need to accomplish their educational

    Original URL path: http://www.molloy.edu/admissions/freshmen-admissions/st-thomas-aquinas-program (2016-02-13)
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  • Molloy College: Suffolk Center
    JET Library Experiential Learning Admissions Freshmen Admissions Graduate Admissions Transfer Admissions Continuing Education Veterans Admissions Spring Open House 2016 Flexible Learning Opportunities Financial Aid Student Solution Center Bursar Tuition Fees Registrar s Office Course Search Residence Life Students Talk Molloy Parents and Families Schedule A Visit to Molloy Request More Information Apply To Molloy Tuition and Fees Molloy Life Student Life Portal Lion s Den Portal Lion Athletics Student Email Login Password Reset Tool JET Library Student Affairs Bookstore Campus Life and Activities Clubs and Organizations Campus Ministries Residence Life Dining Services Student Health and Wellness This Week At Molloy Suggestion Box Molloy Life News Public Safety Leadership through service Admissions Schedule A Visit to Molloy Suffolk Center Suffolk Center Travel by Car From the West Southern State Parkway East to Exit 32N Route 110 N toward Huntington Proceed north on Route 110 for approximately 1 5 miles Look for signs pointing to Republic Airport which is Grumman Lane turn right at the light the Marriott Courtyard Hotel will be on the corner Molloy is the fourth building on the left hand side of the road From the East Southern State Parkway West to Exit 33 Route 109 W toward Farmingdale Take ramp right to merge onto Route 110 N Look for signs pointing to Republic Airport which is Grumman Lane turn right at the light the Marriott Courtyard Hotel will be on the corner Molloy is the fourth building on the left hand side of the road From the North Long Island Expressway to Exit 49S Route 110 S toward Amityville Proceed south on Route 110 for approximately 3 5 miles Look for signs pointing to Republic Airport which is Grumman Lane turn left at the light the Marriott Courtyard Hotel will be on the corner Molloy is the

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