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- Jan 12, '11 by NAM123
how detail do i need to go with physics? do they provide us with equations? what equations should i memorize?
thank you so much!!!
- Jan 15, '11 by teasnightmareA lot of the science is not really that hard if you know your chem. The physics relates to real life situations. Math very basic. Reading (make sure you read carefully, they will try to trick you.) English, know all the weird verb rules. The study guide for the v is pretty good. I am taking it again for a better score. Got a 72 overall
- Jan 15, '11 by NAM123is there Moles problem on TEAS V?
- Jan 15, '11 by teasnightmareAs one should not disclose what is on a previous taken teas exam, I can say since the teas v study guide does no go over mole calculations, one would not be responsible for them on a test. Hope this helps, where are u applying to?
- Jan 15, '11 by NAM123help pleaseeeeeeeeeee
someone who is kind enough can please explain something to me that i am not understanding lol.. okay so in teas v ati study guide the first practice test i missed the science question 39... can someone please explain how you get the answer.
please help very confused!
- Jan 27, '11 by KaliAshlynKNAM,
I am not sure if your manual has the same questions as mine but I am going to assume it does and try to help you out. PH is a measure of H+ concentration in a solution. The scale is showing you basic PH values (1, 2, 3...14) and their corresponding concentration levels. The question is asking you to compare the difference between two different levels or in this case the difference of two units (concentration values). Try to look at the scales concentrations values as a form of scientific notation. (They use this because actual concentrations are small) Write the actual numbers out if you have to so that is easier for you to see. When you do that you can see the difference between 10 to power of -1 and 10 to the power of -3 is actually 100. In this example the two numbers written out would be 0.1 and 0.001. The difference is two decimal places or the addition of two zeros.
I hope I didn't confuse you and I answered your question. I know how frustrating this can be. If it helps at all I didn't have a question like this on the exam when I took it. You exam may be different but try not to over think it too much. If you try to use your frame of reference I am sure you will come up with some form of a rational answer every time.
- Jan 27, '11 by mariley3Have anyone taken the Hesi A2 version and the Teas V. I have taken the Hesi A2 and scored a 70. I am not please with that score. I am going to be taking the Teas V Saturaday. Is the Teas V much harder that the Hesi? I am so nervous becauser I am planning on attending TWU in the fall. I think you have to score at least a 64.
- Jan 27, '11 by NAM123KaliAshlynK
thank you soo much
- Jan 28, '11 by KaliAshlynKNP NAM!
I would like to clear up some bad wording for anyone else who may read this posting and try to understand what I meant though, lol.
From my last post:
"The scale is showing you basic PH values (1, 2, 3...14)"
When I used the word basic in this sentence I meant as in simple or regular not basic in terms of PH rating. The scale shows both basic and acidic values. Bad wording for this type of question.
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