Mar 14, '10 by Streamline2010
for science, from another TEAS thread on here:
Go to physics4kids.com and in the right-hand margin there's also links to there other sites (i.e. biology4kids, chemistry4kids, etc.). And since these sites are made for young students, the info is put in very plain English. I've found it really helpful in my studying for the TEAS!
see the sample tests here: http://www.testprepreview.com/teas_practice.htm
Search and read up on all the discussions here on the TEAS exam. There are lists of science topics that people encountered but the science section is always described as "randomly generated," lol. rough guide: "For the most part the science section covers scientific method, earth science, physics, and chemistry, i had a couple A&P Qs and 1 micro Q " -- that seems consistent across all the threads.
Some people preferred the ATI guide some a Kaplan guide. The Kaplan goes into more detail.
Also recommended: http://www.amazon.com/McGraw-Hills-N.../dp/0071599371
Last edit by Streamline2010 on Mar 14, '10
0 heartbeatcheck out your college's bookstore, they may have it for sale there so you won't have to pay shipping and they will have the one you need. also, some ati study guides come with online practice tests and some don't. heartbeat
Last edit by Whit2389 on Mar 20, '10