McGraw-Hill's "5 TEAS Practice Tests" book? - page 2

by RunnerRN2b2014

Does anyone know how the tests in this book compare to the actual TEAS V test? I did the first practice test yesterday (I wanted to see what I need to study) and scored an 87% overall score. Reading 91.6%, Math 88%, Science 68.5%... Read More


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    Quote from super nerd
    Hi everyone! I havent done anatomy, physio,micro in over 5 years. Was wondering if it is enough to just study from these two books (ATI and McGraw) or should I go buy some science text books? How similar are the questions from the these books to the actual test for those of you who have bit the bullet? Thanks
    I think studying first from the ATI book and then using the McGraw practice tests will be good enough. The test questions (as far as I know) don't go beyond what the ATI book outlines, so studying from that should be enough.
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    i took the teas and did poor on the math for some reason. I had flu and my head was really bad, but i got an 87.5% on my science which meant i was a 99%. I am just hoping that gets me in as i have all A's and a good score on the science part.
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    Quote from wordsofmymouth
    I think studying first from the ATI book and then using the McGraw practice tests will be good enough. The test questions (as far as I know) don't go beyond what the ATI book outlines, so studying from that should be enough.
    They won't be sufficient for the science section (should be sufficient for other sections), which can go into a lot of detail. While the McGraw Hill book is a better indicator of the science section than the ATI book, it still isn't enough. I would go to the library and borrow the books though. No sense in spending a lot of money on text books.


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