Average TEAS V Score? Your score? - page 7
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Took the TEAS V. I got a 78. I thought oh, no. That's awful. I hadn't studied a lick, so it's better than I'd expected...for not knowing what to expect. When I told the admissions office I got a 78, they're jaws nearly... Read More
- 0Jun 3 by Molly12Quote from jaubespinI need help studying for science the most. It is all over the place within the sections.I got 93% overall on TEAS and 92%, I ranked in the top 1% nationally in all subjects except English Grammar, I scored in top 6% on that one. I had similar results on HESI. I ordered lowest cost highest rated practice books ,with explanations, on Amazon, and took one practice test in each a few weeks before the tests to familiarize myself with the format and question types. I scored in mid 80s on the practices. If anyone has questions regarding the science or math section I may be able to help.
When I took the test, I felt like the numbers on the math portion were small, so I was actually guessing on what the numbers were. Anybody else have this issue? When I retake, I'll be asking about it.
- 0Jun 5 by Amber LampsI got an 88. I was pretty bummed about that score, since anything below a 90 in any class is unacceptable IMO. But when I told the nursing adviser, his jaw about hit the desk and he made a big deal of it. An 88 put me in the 99th percentile for my region (and 98th nationally, I think), so yeah. I made it past the first round of the application process, so I guess it was good enough!
- 0Jun 9 by ReOxySQuote from Molly12I had that issue. I stared and stared and stared and compared different numbers to figure out what was what. Got 100% on the math portion. Check out Khan Academy for some very good explanationsWhen I took the test, I felt like the numbers on the math portion were small, so I was actually guessing on what the numbers were. Anybody else have this issue? When I retake, I'll be asking about it.