Math section was surprisingly easy--the TEAS manual covers all the math you'll ever need for the exam. *3 ques. left--ran out of time.
Reading section--should've reviewed more on the difference betwn Expository and Narration. *finished 7min early
Language section--only problem was that TEAS manual did not cover 'misplaced phrase'--had two on my exam. *finished 15min early
Science section--scientific method, chemistry, DNA stuffs including codons, 2 or 3 on physiology, no anatomy *finished 33min early
*sci method: the process and relevant hypothesis questionings i.e. given this and this, your hypothesis is?
*chemistry: determine number of double bonds for such and such; Boyle's law; evaporation/condensation; one question on isotope; photosynthesis equation
*DNA: location of transcription and translation, codon sequence (likely an experimental question), what actually produces protein; pro-& eukaryotes differences
*physiology: purpose of valves in veins; purpose of alveoli (sp?); nutrient absorption in sm intestine.
*no anatomy, no geologic/earth science (rock/cloud/atmosphere types) questions
Stats: finished pre-reqs a year ago, read through TEAS V manual while having mild flu, did 1 practice test with answers in front of me--I'm nosy that way
and with way above 2.0 GPA; result: 91% good for 98th percentile nationally.