I'm planning to take the TEAs sometime in the next three months, and I'm having a great deal of anxiety around the math portion of the exam. I've never been particularly good at math to begin with, and I think I nearly fainted when I was told I couldn't use a calculator. I've been using one to do all of my math school work since the 5th grade. Needless to say, I've become fairly crippled by it.
I ordered the ATI study book, which should be here in the next couple days.
My question is this: is it enough to just study the types of equations presented in the study book? Is that ALL that will be on the test? Will they throw something completely off the wall into the question pool?
Or, in your experience, did you find the actual math portion of the TEAs test very similar to the problems in the official practice book?