Taking the Teas Test
- 0Nov 11, '08 by Ms. Nurse AssistantI am going to be taking the Tease test soon to get into LPN school. I went to a site that gives me examples of what is going to be on the test. I don't know any Science or anything. The program that I am in never taught us any of it. And the Math I might be able to do okay in. But I need to know if there is any books that will help me get a good score so I can start nursing school in Jan.
- 0Nov 11, '08 by FutureRNelizabethWhat is the tease test???? Do you mean the tabe test?
Quote from Ms. Nurse AssistantI am going to be taking the Tease test soon to get into LPN school. I went to a site that gives me examples of what is going to be on the test. I don't know any Science or anything. The program that I am in never taught us any of it. And the Math I might be able to do okay in. But I need to know if there is any books that will help me get a good score so I can start nursing school in Jan.
- 0Nov 15, '08 by LPN26There are tons of study guides out there for this exam. Just google TEAS exam and you will see them. If you go to ATItesting.com they have a study guide. Or go to your local bookstore, they have studay guides there too. I just took the test last month. I suggest studying physics, there seemed to be a good amount on there.
- 1Nov 16, '08 by Daytoniteteas is the test of essential academic skills. good luck to all of you who will be taking it.
http://www.atitesting.com/productinfo/teas.aspx - the home page of the organization that writes and administrates this test. the test covers four general areas: math, reading, english and science.
- math covers whole numbers, metric conversion, fractions, decimals, algebraic equations, percentages, and ratio/proportion
- reading covers paragraph comprehension, passage comprehension, and inferences/conclusions
- english covers knowledge of punctuation, grammar, sentence structure, contextual words and spelling
- science covers science reasoning, science knowledge, biology, chemistry, anatomy and physiology, basic physical principles and general science
this web site has a wonderful review of basic high school level information of several high school subject areas. links are at the very bottom of the home page. http://regentsprep.org/ - new york regent's exam prep home page. they cover a number of subjects: math, english and several sciences
http://www.ndt-ed.org/sitenav/table%20of%20contents.htm - links to reviews of math and science basic information
in the stickys of allnurses student forums are weblinks to math:
- http://allnurses.com/forums/f50/nurs...ad-264395.html - the nursing math thread
- 0Dec 12, '08 by NamasteNurseI just took the test last week and passed. I already have a BA in education though so to me it was easy. There is a lot of hard science and algebra. Lots of reading and english as well. If you graduated High school you should be ok. But definitely look into a study guige on the ATI site. Good luck