I already have a BA in another field and am looking for a career change after being a stay home mom for 5+ years. In my field, math wasn't necessary, nor was it really needed as a stay home mom, lol. It has been 12 years since I was in school and I am in need of some serious math help to pass the teas exam. Can anyone recommend a good study guide for this? I know a lot of people recommend the ATI book but I was thinking maybe something more along the lines of a math for dummies type of book/review.
I am currently enrolled in a basic biology class to meet a prerequisite and then on to A&P before applying to the nursing program
. I am hoping those will help me in the science portion of the teas, as I was always horrible at science too.
I do well enough in the reading/english portions (I was a journalism major) so I really need to focus on math and science.
Thanks so much! Good luck to everyone in your nursing venture!