TEAS V - page 10
Hello everyone, The TEAS sticky is great for general TEAS questions, but I wanted to start a more specific TEAS thread for TEAS V. For anyone who has taken both 4.0 and V, was there a big difference? If so what are the... Read More
- 0Feb 2, '11 by RooskenatorI have only taken V, but was told by ATI that the exams cover the same content, just a different layout. Also, I have gone through both study books & the only difference there was the organization of material. Same stuff, just laid out better in the V study book. The practice tests helped but I think the best thing to do (if you have several shots at the test) is to just take it, see exactly what you did well on & which areas gave you the most trouble, then hammer out those trouble sections. I spent 5 months studying for it & could've gone without studying for everything except physical science. I'd just do a general review, take it & then improve upon your weakest areas. Good luck!
- 1Feb 5, '11 by GAgirlinMAI took the TEAS V yesterday, but used the study guide for the TEAS 4. I got a 95% in Reading, 93% in Math, 79% in Science, and a 96% in Grammar; total score of 90%. I didn't take any online practice tests, but went through the study guide. It wasn't too difficult, really. I have taken science prerequisite courses recently, though, so that info was fairly fresh. Good luck everyone!
- 0I guess it depends on how many people they are looking to accept. I think they take 30 for the day and 30 for the night. I know they look at the teas as the primary factor for getting in. So it depends on if 60 or so people did better than you. I know the average for the test is around that. But if people scored higher not sure if that is good enough. I really don't know though. What were your individual scores? The concentrate on the Reading the most I think. Hope this helps.
- 0Bhsn is Bridgeport hospital school of nursing my results are this..i know it isn't that good :-(
Adjusted Individual Total Score: 68.7%
ATI Academic Preparedness Level: Proficient
Mean - National: 63.3%
Mean - Program: 64.7%
Percentile Rank - 65
National: Percentile Rank - 63
And it was the TEAS V