Math, reading, & English part of the teas V
- 0Jun 12, '13 by studentstudentHello! I'm going to be taking the teas soon I'm not for sure when yet but the school I'm applying for only requires those 3 subjects. I need a minimum of 59% in reading, 55% in math, and 50% in reading.
I was wondering how hard the test is? Or how hard it would be to get those scores?
What study guide should I get?
How long should I study (days,weeks, months) before I go an take the test.
- 970 Visits
- 0Jun 12, '13 by lorirn2bI got the study guide off ATI, not the one with the practice tests because you can find practice tests online and not pay extra for them. I didn't really study from it, I just looked through it. That's not to say you shoudn't study. For me, what I had learned in my pre req courses was enough to pass the TEAS. I didn't do great in the Math as I am a terrible Math student, but fortunately my English scores are almost perfect so that saved my butt. I took it almost three years ago and my school accepts TEAS scores up to three years. The TEAS doesn't include nursing stuff, it's a test of essential academic skills so it's just what you have learned so far in BIO, ENG and MTH.
- 0Jun 12, '13 by Tinker88I used the McGraw book. I liked it a lot, but I focused on the science section the most and studied my A&P notes.
McGraw-Hills 5 TEAS Practice Tests: Kathy Zahler: 9780071767774: Amazon.com: Books
- 0Jun 13, '13 by CheripkI used the ATI book and it was fantastic, I read it over and over, I bought my book in June of 2012 but didnt take my test until February 2013, every couple months I would go over the book and when it came close to the test I studied it for about 3 weeks hard, along with other sources I had for studying. English is my weakest subject so I found that portion hard, but as for the math and reading its pretty straight forward especially the reading section. I also found the practice test to be harder than the real thing. Good luck!