Hi there! I have a few questions about TEAS V. I am currently using the 5 TEAS Practice tests by McGraw Hill's and ATI study manual. Some questions that I have are:
1. Are there going to be some earth science content on the test that aren't found in the ATI study manual?
I have a good idea with the ATI study manual, but looking at the McGraw-Hills 5 Practice TEAS tests, they had questions like, "Of these layers of the atomosphere, which is closest to Earth?" and "Which is an example of igneous rock?" which aren't present in the ATI guide. Should I study on this area, and where/what information should I study?
2. Are there going to be questions about the cerebrum/mesoderm/etc (brain tissue), or are these experimental questions?
These are not found in the ATI study guide, but I have read a few posts about people encountering them, so I was wondering if these were experimental questions or not.
Is there going to be content that are not found in the ATI study manual that are going to be on the test?
Thanks a lot for reading this!!
Thanks guys for all the helpful tips!! It is definitely nervewracking. I took it last Saturday, and there wasn't a lot of earth science questions (like rocks, formations, etc. thank goodness) There also wasn't a lot of ectoderm questions...
I felt like that the ATI book was really helpful and the McGraw practice tests as well! (i was worried though I kept getting 78%-82% on every practice test in the ATI/McGraw book, felt like those were harder than actual test haha)
Overall I did awesome... so I'm happy. Those two months of studying paid off. hehe.
Last edit by tnbutterfly on Dec 22, '12