When I first took the TEAS, it was after I finished A&P II. Now, granted I only feel like I had a handful of A&P based questions on my version, but it at least helped that I went in with a basic knowledge of certain topics- especially the anatomy and physiology of the heart, because I remember having a question or two about the conduction system. I didn't do too
well on the Science part because there were a lot of Chemistry questions, and the school I previously applied to didn't have a Chemistry requirement, so that really dropped my score. I still managed the required "Proficient," but it sucks because I don't feel I was prepared well enough for the test.
I have to take the TEAS again as a baseline for my BSN program, but I'll have until the middle of November to do so. At least this time I'll have a general understanding of Chemistry so that I'll feel confident this time around. Too bad I'll be taking it while in the nursing program.