Teas Test Prep

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    Hi everyone,

    I recently registered for the july 14th 2010 teas test. I have been studying the McGraw-Hill's Nursing School Entrance Exam book. I did not take AP1 or chem yet, but i have heard that there is only like 3 AP questions. When you took the test what questions do you remember? What areas did you struggle with? Any tips for studying??

    I just want to make sure i am studying the right material and focusing on important areas. I am going over math like crazy; this includes, add,sub,mult,div,decimals,fractions, %'s, roots (which i am struggling with), and metric conversions. What else should i focus on within the math section?

    English i have been studying ; adj,adverbs,pronouns, independent clauses, dependent clauses, and some vocab. When it comes to the vocab am i supposed to study the dictionary?? i mean, it's like i either know it or dont..

    Anyway, your tips and advice will come in handy,
    thanks for helping!!
    Last edit by JLV5646 on Jun 7, '10
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    What version of the TEAS will you be taking?
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    i believe it is 3.0/4.0 ... is there a big difference between the other teas tests?
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    Quote from JLV5646
    Hi everyone,

    I recently registered for the july 14th 2010 teas test. I have been studying the McGraw-Hill's Nursing School Entrance Exam book. I did not take AP1 or chem yet, but i have heard that there is only like 3 AP questions. When you took the test what questions do you remember? What areas did you struggle with? Any tips for studying??

    I just want to make sure i am studying the right material and focusing on important areas. I am going over math like crazy; this includes, add,sub,mult,div,decimals,fractions, %'s, roots (which i am struggling with), and metric conversions. What else should i focus on within the math section?

    English i have been studying ; adj,adverbs,pronouns, independent clauses, dependent clauses, and some vocab. When it comes to the vocab am i supposed to study the dictionary?? i mean, it's like i either know it or dont..

    Anyway, your tips and advice will come in handy,
    thanks for helping!!
    Are you getting my email and PM??
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    Yea i received your PM thank you so much! Very helpful!
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    Yea i received your PM thank you so much! Very helpful!
    How about the email?
    Ur Welcome! Im at work but when I get home I try to tell u more...
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    You are so helpfull. I really appreciate it... thank you!!
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    So is there a big difference between version 4 and version 5 of the TEAS?
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    I took the TEAS in March. In the science section most of my questions were chemistry! Chemistry, physics and a few anatomy and geology questions.

    Don't waste your time with the "dj,adverbs,pronouns, independent clauses, dependent clauses," But do study Vocabulary, commonly misspelled words and sentence structure (i.e. when to use a comma or a semicolon). There's also a website I used for vocab Study table about TEAS vocabulary 1

    With math don't worry about roots/radicals. I don't even remember one question, but there are a lot of word problems and metric conversion. You have to do a lot of memorization, because they don't give you 2.54cm = 1 inch etc... You will most likely run out of time for the math so definitely set a quick pace. Yet, I had 45 minutes left for the reading!!!! How wrong is that! The reading is easy if english is your first language.

    I used three books to study: ATI, McGraw Hill and Kaplan College.

    Good luck! You'll be so happy when it's over!
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    luisaf7---
    can you please tell me what you remember from the TEAS test....taking it on Saturday


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