I took the ATIs earlier this year and scored a 60% (totally bombed math because I ran out of time, completed only 3 pages and left about 5 pages blank). Grammar
and Science were my highest 75-80 almost 90% and my reading comprehension was average 75%-ish.
I have one chance to take it for the program I'm applying at and REALLY need some tips on how I can do better the second/last time around.
I bought the ATI-TEAS Version 5 but since I'm still in summer school, haven't gotten a chance to study it. Planning on taking it this month too so it will only give me about 2 weeks to review the whole book once summer school ends and fall semester begins.
Like I said, I AM WEAK AT MATH. The word problems, conversions from fractions to decimals to percentages, etc- I haven't done that since high school and I only graduated in 2008!
And about the reading comprehension part- I did good with more than half of them, but just the long stories and questions that had "what is the best title for this story?", "which is opinionated/which is not?", "is the author's idea bias?", "what is the main idea of this story?", I just feel that those questions are so subjective that I struggle with them so much.
If y'all can give me some logical test taking tips as well as academic advices on how to study for the math and reading comprehension portion then I'll love you forever lol.
I need a mid 80's to low 90's to be considered competitive AND I also suffer from anxiety lol.
Thanks a lot guys, xoxo.