Just took TEAS V! What was YOUR scoreh - page 4

So I just took TEAS V, and let me just say it is HARD! Well at least some of it is. I took the science portion and wanted to die. Right there on the computer. The reading was tougher than I... Read More

  1. Visit  S.RN profile page
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    I just took it today! I won't get my score for 48 hours I thought I needed more time on the math, I am a little concerned about it...
  2. Visit  jennys77 profile page
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    I'm still waiting on my score. I took the test yesterday at a PSI testing center. Not sure why an official testing center would be lacking the technology of instant scoring? I'll come back and post when I get it. Hopefully tomorrow since I need the score to submit my application, and the sooner I get my application in, the better my odds are of getting accepted.
  3. Visit  CluelessNursingGuy profile page
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    I'm taking it tomorrow and honestly, I'm just winging it. I hope it's not as bad as everyone makes it out to be. I guess I'll find out tomorrow!
  4. Visit  STA51 profile page
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    Does anyone know what the average TEAS score is?

    I know it varies from school to school, but what is the average standard TEAS score to enter nursing school?

    Sort of how most nursing programs want students with a 2.75 or 3.0 gpa.
  5. Visit  S.RN profile page
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    @CluelessNursingGuy, That's the point I am at right now. Whatever my score is, I'll take it. A test of essential learning skills shouldn't be so hard, you would think we were taking the NCLEX!
  6. Visit  emcadams profile page
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    Took it yesterday. Got a 94% overall...92.9 in Reading, 100 in Math, 89.6 in Science, and 96.7 in English. Super proud of myself! Used the ATI testing manual and online tests. Studied for about 4-5 weeks. Good luck everyone! :-D
  7. Visit  soyboy profile page
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    I took it last July and got 98% overall. 100% in Math, 100% in English and Language Usage, 98% in Science and 97% in Reading. It's all about practice. Take all the sample exams you can, and try to give yourself at least a few months to study. I only had 2 weeks to study because I waited so long to sign up for an exam date and all the choice dates were sold out. Don't let that happen to you! Set up a schedule to study and try to get 2-4 hours in per day, and you should do fine. Go in confident and get a good night's sleep the night before the exam. So important! Good luck to everyone, you can do well on this exam.

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