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- by proudtobehismommy Aug 15, '12Hi guys!! I have just finished all of my pre-reqs and I'm now ready to apply to the January cohort! Silly me, I have been so focused on maintaining a high GPA and just finishing my classes, I didn't even think about studying for the TEAS!! Yikes! I have to take my test within the next 3 weeks and I am a single mother who works full time. Any suggestions on how to cram? What should I focus on? I have the ATI study guide as well as one from Kaplan and two TEAS apps on my iPhone. I already have anxiety so knowing how much is riding on this test makes it hard to concentrate and study. Thank you so much in advance!
- Aug 16, '12 by bnmatlockFrom what I've read, I would suggest brushing up on the math and english portions, but don't spend all of your time on those unless there are some concepts you aren't grasping. I am spending the majority of my time focusing on the science section (basic chemistry/physics and going more in depth with biology) because those are a little harder to study for since they cover so much information. Which sections are you most concerned about?
- Aug 16, '12 by pgl627I had the same problem of being overwhelmed at the thought of what to focus on!! Some kind people on this site gave me this sticky note to look at & let me tell you it's been a world of help! http://allnurses.com/teas-exam-help/...ed-531994.html Hope it helps you as well!
- Aug 16, '12 by Jenn8427Focus on science. Do both online practices to get a feel for it. The online practices are much harder than the actual exam, but the science hit the spot. Honestly, my science was different than the previous posters link. I felt like the science questions were pretty random. Start studying early and just get very comfortable and familiar with the science concepts. I used multiple books to study and I also went on YouTube, watching videos helped me too. Good luck!
- Aug 17, '12 by proudtobehismommyThank you all! I have never been good at math so I am worried about that. And also the chemistry because I have never taken it but I've just read it's on the test. Yikes! I'm good with English/reading, can those (hopefully) good scores bring up my overall grade?