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- by mr. po po Jun 27, '12So i took it for the very first time, and lets say it was not the same as how i reviewed it on the TEAS V study manual. i feel very depress about the score i got. I am planning to take it again after i got more studying done on the reading section and the science since it was really confusing on the test.
i was hoping since we are all pursing the same dream, can you help out a fellow friend on how to do better on the reading, english language usage , and science? i am in need of advices since we only have 2 tries for this test
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- Jun 28, '12 by tammy_zeidan09What books did you use to study? Look into the ATI and McGraw Hill study books. They are really helpful if you thoroughly read it. Practice practice practice and don't rush to take it a second time. I studied for three months prior to taking the test. Some people thought it was extreme but I passed. It's worth the time. Spend a decent amount of time on each section. Go to tutors. I have seen math tutors for a refresher for algebraic equations I knew it, but needed a reminder. I even seen science and English tutors just to get every bit of help.
- Jun 28, '12 by willowitaHow did you review? I basically took it page by page with the ATI study guide. A lot of the material is basic but the way the questions are set up can be confusing. So it's really a matter of mastering the test style. So go back to your study manual and pay attention to the clue words you see in the questions. Look at their explanations in the answer section and learn how to apply their rationale.
I had a hard time with the English usage section while studying. I kept making the same mistakes, which made me notice the pattern and fix them. So be aware of the types of questions you get wrong and learn why the answer is what it is.
- Jun 29, '12 by mr. po poi review basically 1 month before. i did amazing on the math, but it's only worth 20 percent. the study manual that i used was what they recommend, teas v from the ati website. i did better on the practice tests and i did a lot worst on the actual exam . i am starting to lose confidence on this rn program..
- Jun 29, '12 by mr. po poi used the ATi study manual and one of the Mcgraw Hill study book. I signed up for reading and science prep course, but i don't know how that is going to turn out. I am trying to focus on the reading, english, and science since they worth the most on the test. i think math is okay so it should be my least concern.