Help!!! TEAS V

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    Hi everyone. I am taking the TEAS V on August 28th & I feel overwhelmed with all the information I "could" be studying. Can someone please point me in the right direction of what specific subjects I should focus on? I know it's math, reading & science but if anyone can break it down further for me such as types of sciences (i.e. anatomy? chemistry?) & math (I read that I may need to know addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, percentages, etc.) Also any tips? Thanks in advance!!
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    Quote from pgl627
    Hi everyone. I am taking the TEAS V on August 28th & I feel overwhelmed with all the information I "could" be studying. Can someone please point me in the right direction of what specific subjects I should focus on? I know it's math, reading & science but if anyone can break it down further for me such as types of sciences (i.e. anatomy? chemistry?) & math (I read that I may need to know addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, percentages, etc.) Also any tips? Thanks in advance!!
    There is a sticky on the subject with tons of useful information.
    http://allnurses.com/teas-exam-help/...ed-531994.html
    Hope that helps
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    Quote from tanna898
    There is a sticky on the subject with tons of useful information.
    http://allnurses.com/teas-exam-help/...ed-531994.html
    Hope that helps
    Agree with poster! Check out this link! We have to be really careful what he post on the TEAS since its copy written and I have already had a stern talking to about giving too much information.

    But this link is great!
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    ​Thanks!!
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    Thanks so much! Oops sorry! I wouldn't want you to get into trouble, but thank you for the website
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    I also had to take the TEAS last year. The material it covered was what you learn in high school. From what i remember there was multiplying and dividing, knowledge of the definition of words. If you have taken High school english and algebra you will do fine. Go in confident!! If you aren't confident It is easy to get overwhelmed, you got this.
    Good Luck
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