ATI TEAS V Study Guide Bundle - worth it? - page 2
For anyone who has used the ATI guide for the TEAS, is it worth the money? I am considering asking for it for Christmas (the one that includes the two practice tests) but wanted to see if anyone who... Read More
0May 30, '14 by jaubespinI used McGraw hill because it was the cheapest on Amazon and had good reviews, it also had multiple practice tests and had explanations for each question. I got 93% over all and scored in top 1% for my program, and top 1% nationally for all areas except Grammar, I scored in the top 4% or 6% on that one.
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0May 31, '14 by ShinnichiHello there,
I just wanted to add my 2 cents.
I bought the ATI package (when it was on sale, about a year before my TEAS though). I didn't open it or look at it until two weeks before my test. (I don't recommend that, by the way.) I did as another poster did; I took the first online test before cracking open any book or study guide.I then worked on my weakest areas, took the first in-book test about 4 days in, reevaluated and studied, and took the second in-book test about 4 days after the first. I took the second ATI online practice 2 days before the real test.
ATI Online Pratice Test A:
Individual Total Score: 68.0%
ATI Book Practice Test A:
Individual Total Score: 79.3%
I don't have Book Practice Test B scores anymore.
ATI Online Practice Test B:
Individual Total Score: 76.0%
Individual Total Score: 78.7%
The online practice tests were very, very similar to the actual test, and they were harder than the in-book practice tests. They prepare you for time management, AND they give you rationales after each answer. So I recommend them, definitely.