Taking the Teas Test

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    I 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.
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    What is the tease test???? Do you mean the tabe test?



    Quote from Ms. Nurse Assistant
    I 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.
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    I think she means the TEAS test.
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    lol Sorry I meant the TEAS test
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    Are there a lot of those word math problems on the test??
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    There 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.

    Good luck!
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    teas 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
    http://www.atitesting.com/onlinestor...61&isproduct=1 - this is a link to their official study manual from their online store $34.95

    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:
    Serendipity, PCT likes this.
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    I 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
    NewinNY


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