Quote from lilbrice
Hello To All,
I am having trouble finding good TEAS test prep materials for my exam. Does anybody have any suggestions?
Thanks for your response in advance.
Get the ATI Testing materials directly from the www.atitesting.com
site. This is the site where you will go to take the actual exam, too. I purchased the TEAS version V (five) with the two online tests for like $80 (I don't remember the exact price but it was around that). I studied for about 4-5 weeks. I took the test yesterday, the 12th. On my practice tests, I was scoring around 82-86. I did the worst in grammar, science, and math. I meticulously went through each type of problem in the math and science sections, and went through the types of problems I needed to improve on for English. I got a 94 on the actual test...I did think it was a bit easier than the practice exams I did. Definitely know how to FOIL (Algebra: First, Outer, Inner, Last), and add, subtract, multiply, and divide fractions and mixed numbers (tip...to divide a fraction, just multiply by the inverse...so if the question says 5 1/2 divided by 1/8...you would really just multiply 5 1/2 by 8 (8/1=8). Give yourself enough time. Don't rush. My school only accepts the first attempt you do in a year. And the test is only good for a year. So basically if you don't do well the first time, you might as well wait a year to apply. So check with your school, take your time, and actually use the materials from ATI! I took a practice test, went over the math review in the study guide, took a different practice test, went over the science review, took a another practice test, and finally went over english and took another practice test. A week before the test, I redid the four practice tests I had done, one by one. I noticed I would get stuff wrong that I know I had trouble with the last time I took the test, so I went over those areas again.