I passed the TEAS on my first try!!! (Super excited)

  1. 3 If you are taking the test soon the best advice I can offer you is STUDY, STUDY, STUDY!!! After weeks of studying for the TEAS, I passed with an 80. I used the McGraw-Hill's Nursing School Entrance Exams to study for the test. Although it may seem extreme, I studied between 4-5 hours daily for about 3 weeks. The official study book is the ATI TEAS Review Manual but I did not want to pay $25 for it. Use your time wisely, study faithfully, and do all of the practice exams. (I ran out of time on the math portion so it is wise to time yourself on the practice exams.)

    GOOD LUCK!
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    From 'Mobile, AL, US'; Joined Jun '13; Posts: 4; Likes: 3.

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  3. Visit  token787 profile page
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    Congratulations and time well spent!
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  4. Visit  NatalieMuestra profile page
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    Congrats. I have 7 weeks before my TEAS and I am freaking out about all the info I have to do. Did you study each section at a time (ie reading, math, science) or did you study through each test?
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  5. Visit  J.O.Y. profile page
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    What kind of math was on the test?
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    Yes, I studied each section one at a time. If not, my brain would have been in overload. Good Luck on your exam!
  7. Visit  LEasley profile page
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    There were a few graphs on there and a lot of algebra word problems. Alot of 'solve for X' problems and decimals, fractions and percentage problems.
  8. Visit  Jessicainsantafe profile page
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    I used the ATI study guide and went over each section. The chemistry was a bit tricky for me since I hadn't balanced an equation since high school back in the 70's. Basic algebra, though, that isn't too bad. The ATI book gives you two written practice tests you can take at home by timing yourself, and then there are two timed online practice tests, too. It was worth the $50 for the book since I only took that test once and passed with an 80%.

    To me, it was worth it to take all the tests provided with the book. I scored a bit better with each test and got the highest score on the ACTUAL test, where it counted.
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  9. Visit  LoriBSN2b profile page
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    Quote from NatalieMuestra
    Congrats. I have 7 weeks before my TEAS and I am freaking out about all the info I have to do. Did you study each section at a time (ie reading, math, science) or did you study through each test?
    You are probably stronger in certain subjects, so I would spend my time on the ones you aren't as strong in. It's a test of essential academic skills, so it isn't about nursing. I bombed the Math since Math isn't my strong point AT ALL, but I aced the English/Reading so I still scored in the 99th percentile by some miracle. I wish I had spent more time studying the science and math though.
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  10. Visit  LoriBSN2b profile page
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    Quote from J.O.Y.
    What kind of math was on the test?
    Algebra mostly.
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  11. Visit  Moneca profile page
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    Quote from LEasley
    If you are taking the test soon the best advice I can offer you is STUDY, STUDY, STUDY!!! After weeks of studying for the TEAS, I passed with an 80. I used the McGraw-Hill's Nursing School Entrance Exams to study for the test. Although it may seem extreme, I studied between 4-5 hours daily for about 3 weeks. The official study book is the ATI TEAS Review Manual but I did not want to pay $25 for it. Use your time wisely, study faithfully, and do all of the practice exams. (I ran out of time on the math portion so it is wise to time yourself on the practice exams.)

    GOOD LUCK!
    Congratulations .. It had a lot physics and geology questions? Can you give me an advice of what to focus on the science area? Please thank you.
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    Quote from LEasley
    If you are taking the test soon the best advice I can offer you is STUDY, STUDY, STUDY!!! After weeks of studying for the TEAS, I passed with an 80. I used the McGraw-Hill's Nursing School Entrance Exams to study for the test. Although it may seem extreme, I studied between 4-5 hours daily for about 3 weeks. The official study book is the ATI TEAS Review Manual but I did not want to pay $25 for it. Use your time wisely, study faithfully, and do all of the practice exams. (I ran out of time on the math portion so it is wise to time yourself on the practice exams.)

    GOOD LUCK!
    Is the test on computer or pencil and paper? If you have a choice which one will be better?
  13. Visit  vgny914 profile page
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    For the teas exam do you find out your result right away or do you have to wait?
  14. Visit  WheatGerm profile page
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    Mine was on the computer, but I know they still do give pencil and paper tests. (I took it on 05 June) I think the computer one is better because you don't have to worry about what your grade will be, you get instant results!


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