Did you score higher than 90 on TEAS V?

1. Hello everyone! :-) I am taking the TEAS V this Aug, and I am wanting to prepare ahead of time. I bought the ATI study manual, but I was wondering if any of you are willing to share any extra resources that might help out. Also, what does the TEAS V science portion consist of? I heard many say that it doesn't cover any Microbiology, and a few A&P questions. Is this so? Also, how "hard" is the math portion? I appreciate some tips and advice from all of you Thank you!
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3. I took it three years ago and scored in the 99th percentile nationally. But I am awful at Math, so my English scores were almost perfect. The science is basically what you learn in BIO, the math is general but you can't use a calculator.
4. I took it in March and got a 95.3% over all. I hear so many people say they ran out of time..especially in the math portion. Be sure to brush up on fractions, long division, multiplication, and basic algebra. Get a hold of a workbook and work the problems over and over again. Best of luck to ya!!
5. If I can recall, the science was not so much A & P as basic life science (BIO). The math portion is algebra, no calculators allowed. Good luck!
6. I posted a long nod detailed post about what to expect on the TEAS V. If you click on my name you should be able to look through the topics I have posted. Hope it helps!
7. Thank you everyone!
8. i finished both the TEAS V online practice tests and got 72%on both!! I'm taking my test tomorrow and i'm so nervous! Is it really true that the online assessment is harder than the real test? what are your scores on both of them?
9. The math was super easy, but my science was just about all micro and questions on the cell parts, functions, and hormones. That part was a little rough.
10. tykesmommy: Did you tried to do the online practice tests?
11. 93.3% AIS here. I used the ATI Manual and the McGraw-Hill 5 Practice tests. McGraw Hill's materials aren't as close as the real test, especially for the science portion. But it's good for the reading, grammar, and math portions; it is also a good resource to practice your exam-taking skills and timing.

The science portion is pretty random, but mostly Biology, Chem, and A&P. I don't remember seeing any Micro questions on mine.

The math portion really is a joke.

Don't forget to use the internet. I needed more practice on grammar (e.g. complete/compound sentence) so I searched for it and found a bunch of interactive exercises.
12. Hey girl, I am going to take the TEAS V on August, too. I'm so nervous. Of course, I am aiming for above 90 points. hehe What schools are you applying too? I'm going to apply to SBVC and RCC. : )
13. I used this: How I passed the TEAS V exam and the ATI manual. The thread I linked to is incredibly helpful.

My score was 90.7. I feel like I could have done better but I had 9 days to study and I didn't study the language part at all. My score probably would have a been a bit higher if I'd taken time to go online and review some basic rules of grammar. Instead I focused on math, because it had been like 17 years since I took an algebra class, and science. Wish I had had more time to study the science portion as that was the toughest section.

I scored much lower on the online practice tests than I did on the actual test, so I wouldn't worry too much about your practice test score. If you can get your practice tests into the 80's you'll probably hit 90 on the actual test.

Good luck!
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I used this: How I passed the TEAS V exam and the ATI manual. The thread I linked to is incredibly helpful.

My score was 90.7. I feel like I could have done better but I had 9 days to study and I didn't study the language part at all. My score probably would have a been a bit higher if I'd taken time to go online and review some basic rules of grammar. Instead I focused on math, because it had been like 17 years since I took an algebra class, and science. Wish I had had more time to study the science portion as that was the toughest section.

I scored much lower on the online practice tests than I did on the actual test, so I wouldn't worry too much about your practice test score. If you can get your practice tests into the 80's you'll probably hit 90 on the actual test.

Good luck!