When to start studying for TEAS? - page 2

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Hi guys, Right now I'm 90% done with all my prerequisite classes at a cc and am in the process of transferring to a new university in fall 2012. I'm planning on applying for nursing program spring 2013. I have never taken the... Read More


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    I am in the SAME boat! I have to have take TEAS in order to do my admissions interview, and I have to have my interview completed by the Spring 2013 application deadline of February 15. I should be getting ready to take it in December/January and I haven't even looked at study materials yet. :/ My plan is to schedule TEAS for the end of winter break so I can study like crazy for it without interfering with my classes.

    Good luck!
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    Quote from mandaleni23
    I am in the SAME boat! I have to have take TEAS in order to do my admissions interview, and I have to have my interview completed by the Spring 2013 application deadline of February 15. I should be getting ready to take it in December/January and I haven't even looked at study materials yet. :/ My plan is to schedule TEAS for the end of winter break so I can study like crazy for it without interfering with my classes.

    Good luck!

    Hi there!
    Yeah so i decided to take my TEAS in about 3 weeks! I feel SUPER under prepared, but I'm trying to study as best as I can!
    oh i didn't know there was an interview required! Is it only for those that have been accepted to the nursing program? Or do you have to get interviewed before they make the decision? And does it apply to all schools do you know?

    Thanks and goodluck to you too!
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    Get the book. The questions are similar. Don't worry and get stuck on any ONE type of problem, just keep studying and focus on areas you need work on. Take the practice tests and find out what needs work.
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    also the online practice test with answers are very helpful...lots of them...just google teas practice test questions.
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    thanks all for such good advice! really helps me a lot

    I was also wondering, does anyone know about how many problems you are allowed to miss to get at least over 90 percentile for each section (math, science, reading, english?)


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