What is a passing score? I ask this because many nursing programs
have varying requirements for TEAS scores. Some don't even look at the overall grade, but only one or two sections. I took the TEAS once and passed the requirements for the nursing school
I applied to, but I know I could have done better. (I skimmed the ATI book and took the practice tests a month in advance.) Maybe you should evaluate your studying. What is it you aren't getting? Honestly, some people (me included) are just not good at these kinds of tests. I get really nervous and I have a hard time keeping myself from rushing through the questions. Maybe you just need more "real" practice, where you sit down with a practice test and do the exact same time limits as the real thing. Practice in test-taking actually helps; I've taken enough tests now between the PSAT, SAT, and CLEP that I was more prepared for the TEAS. If you think you really know the math and reading information, then practicing over and over should help you understand the question style. Otherwise, you need to focus on learning the material, and I found the ATI book pretty accurate. Good luck!