My two cents on the TEAS test (loooong post) - page 2

I took the TEAS test yesterday after two extremely intense weeks of studying and I got a 90.7%. Hurray! I was super excited and I felt that my hard work had paid off, so I thought I would share a few tips and some general... Read More

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    Quote from mnopali
    Where did your explanations of each section go?
    Probably removed for being too specific =/
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    That is correct. We ask that per the terms of service to which everyone agrees when they join, that they NOT post specifics of tests as this can be considered academic dishonesty. Thanks.
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    Thanks so much for posting this! I am definitely going to go with the ATI study guide. I'm just wondering if should I get the study manual which has two written practice or the study package that also comes with two online practice assessments? Is the TEAS exam given on a computer?
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    Yes, I guess my full explanations of what was on my test wasn't allowed--sorry! Rules understood now.

    As far as the questions regarding the test booklets--I think that the ATI is absolute necessary for you to know what will be on the test, don't get me wrong. It has 97% of what you need to know and the only section I thought was lacking was the science section. I have the McGraw "Nursing School Entrance Exams", which is not specific to the TEAS but has the same science section as the other TEAS specific book (my friend has one of those and we compared). I thought that after going over the science in the ATI book that then supplementing with the extra info in the McGraw was best. I think if you know those sections backwards and forwards then you're golden. I thought there was more chemistry related questions that just straight biology or anatomy.

    Sorry for the late reply, I didn't have notifications set up for my posts. I've changed that now so if you have questions then let me know.

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