TEAS V score

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    what was your TEAS score? how long did you study? what material did you use?
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    I got an 80.7% and I studied for a month straight. I used the ATI study manual and a few books from the library like Algebra for Dummies, Biology for Dummies, and Chemistry for Dummies.
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    I got 98%, studied 2 weeks, and used the ATI Study Guide and Mc-Graw Hill's "5 Practice TEAS Exams". Both contained typos, so buyer beware. In the ATI Study Guide they stated "V=50" in the Roman Numerals section...Bonehead mistake for a publication put out by the Test Administrator! Good luck.
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    Quote from soyboy
    I got 98%, studied 2 weeks, and used the ATI Study Guide and Mc-Graw Hill's "5 Practice TEAS Exams". Both contained typos, so buyer beware. In the ATI Study Guide they stated "V=50" in the Roman Numerals section...Bonehead mistake for a publication put out by the Test Administrator! Good luck.
    See now you're just showing off! Hahaha! 98% with just 2 weeks of studying- you need to share some of that super power you have!

    Great job!! You are definitely going places!
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    Quote from soyboy
    I got 98%, studied 2 weeks, and used the ATI Study Guide and Mc-Graw Hill's "5 Practice TEAS Exams". Both contained typos, so buyer beware. In the ATI Study Guide they stated "V=50" in the Roman Numerals section...Bonehead mistake for a publication put out by the Test Administrator! Good luck.
    WOW good job! I hope I can get a 90%
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    I made a 94% AIS, studying science off and on for a couple of months. My biggest mistake was that I DIDN'T study math or English language usage at all, and only logical conclusions in the Reading portion since those nailed me on every practice test. English wound up being my lowest score (90) because I got tripped up on comma usage questions that I had no business missing.

    The moral of the story is to at least skim through your stronger subjects to prevent making silly mistakes.
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    Also, I read the science portions of the ATI and McGraw-Hill guides covert-to-cover and skimmed through an old PCAT prep book I had lying around for the sticker subjects (in my case, cell division and DNA replication).
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    Current CNA prospective practical nursing student. I have the McGraw Hill study guide that came with a CD ROM as well as TEAS V study manual downloaded onto my iPod. Any suggestion on study methods and ideas on how to ace (or at least get a great score) will be helpful.
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    Quote from honeybadgerdontcare
    I made a 94% AIS, studying science off and on for a couple of months. My biggest mistake was that I DIDN'T study math or English language usage at all, and only logical conclusions in the Reading portion since those nailed me on every practice test. English wound up being my lowest score (90) because I got tripped up on comma usage questions that I had no business missing.

    The moral of the story is to at least skim through your stronger subjects to prevent making silly mistakes.
    wow good job! I am worried about english and reading
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    I used the ATI book, studied for 2 weeks, and got an 81.3%. I also utilized quizlet.com
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