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- by RunnerRN2b2014 Aug 24, '12Does 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% (UGH), and English and Language Usage 100%. Obviously my focus will be science with a bit of math. LOL My school is a bit different in that we take the TEAS test AFTER we've been conditionally admitted (I'm in for Spring 2013) and we only have to score higher than the national average (which I've heard is around 55%). I just want to make sure that what I'm reviewing is similar to the actual test. THANKS!
- Aug 24, '12 by pookypYes. It's somewhat similar. I'd say the practice tests in the back of the ATI study guide is the most accurate. Same format, type of question, etc.
- Aug 24, '12 by RainbowDashIt's very similar if not perfect, but after you have read the ENTIRE ATI book, done both quizzes in back as well as the questions scattered throughout the text, you should be able to pass. I bought the McGrawHill 5 Teas Test book and didn't use it at all D:
But if you want, use it! Practice practice practice! When is your test? I admit I couldn't sleep the night before, but refused to ever read the Science again (once was enough.. yeowch), so I simply practiced lots of math problems. Scored pretty nicely too!
Anything that you think may help - use it! As long as it is designed for TEAS V it can't hurt!
Wishing you the VERY best of luck! Deep breath and study hard - you got this.
- Aug 24, '12 by BrittanyDornerI took the TEAS test the past Monday & I didn't get the required score to enter my school by 2%. I scored slightly above average for readying comprehension and the English section. A 50% on math & did horrible on the science section. I did not use any books just reviews from online. I retake the test sept 17th and I plan on getting one of the study guides. I'm looking for one tht goes more in depth into the science portion.
- Aug 24, '12 by RainbowDashQuote from BrittanyDornerGo with the ATI study guide - it really does help. I had six days to study with basically zero math and science knowledge, and i got 92.9 on reading, 90.0 on math, 72.9 on science, and 83.3 on english. All I used was the ATI book. I read everything, did all the questions that are scattered through the reading, and both practice tests in the back of the book. If I messed something up really badly I would go back and do it again and again, especially with the math, until it was drilled into my brain.I took the TEAS test the past Monday & I didn't get the required score to enter my school by 2%. I scored slightly above average for readying comprehension and the English section. A 50% on math & did horrible on the science section. I did not use any books just reviews from online. I retake the test sept 17th and I plan on getting one of the study guides. I'm looking for one tht goes more in depth into the science portion.
You can do it! You have time - I would pick up the guide ASAP! I wish you luck!
- Aug 25, '12 by RunnerRN2b2014I don't have the ATI book but I think I can borrow it from school. I only need a 60-65% overall score and my first practice test in the McGraw-Hill book with no studying was 87% so I should be fine. I'm still planning on reviewing the science and a bit of the math. I would love to score 90% or higher.
- Aug 30, '12 by FLgrl79I'm planning on taking the TEAS next week. I've been studying the ATI book and I've been taking the tests on the McGraw-Hill. I would highly recommend getting the ATI book so you can study the material you need to know for the TEAS test. I've gone to websites that offer practice tests for the TEAS but I've found that most of their science tests are not covered on the ATI book so I don't bother checking those sites out.
Study the ATI like your life depends on it and you'll do much better. Good luck!!
- Apr 3 by super nerdHi 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