who's taken the teas v??? - page 13

by sch1109

And what did you think? I took it last week and feel like I was prepared for the Math and Reading portions by using the study guide but I really struggled with the Science portion. For me it was a lot of Chemistry and it's been a... Read More


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    I liked how I scored 90 percent on math, 87 on Reading comprehension, 80 on English, and a 16 percent on Science.
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    16%
    In science!?!?!?

    Omg. Did you learn anything when doing pre reqs or was it really that hard?
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    Quote from purplebm
    Took the TEAS V this morning, first time, got a 90. It was not that bad.
    I need at least a 90 to lock in an acceptance next year. I can get by with an 85 and above but prefer not too.
    How did you study?
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    Quote from BeachBedhead
    16%
    In science!?!?!?

    Omg. Did you learn anything when doing pre reqs or was it really that hard?
    Yeah I still have some basic science knowledge pertaining to systems in our body which account for the only ones I had right. The ones I screwed up on were chemistry, physics and scientific reasoning which covered like most of the science portion of my test. But then again it was my fault, I thought I knew alot. studied only one day and made fun of those who studied for weeks because they were slow learners. Im now taking this as a lesson and will learn not to repeat this again once school starts.
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    Quote from RNstudent4now
    Yeah I still have some basic science knowledge pertaining to systems in our body which account for the only ones I had right. The ones I screwed up on were chemistry, physics and scientific reasoning which covered like most of the science portion of my test. But then again it was my fault, I thought I knew alot. studied only one day and made fun of those who studied for weeks because they were slow learners. Im now taking this as a lesson and will learn not to repeat this again once school starts.
    Aw yea... I imagine, it sounds so easy,
    I have talked to plenty of people who say its the hardest thing ever!
    Then I talked people say its so easy, that it's an insult to their intelligence.

    SO I guess, I won't know until I get there.

    Physics?? Chemistry??

    Thank God I have those classes under my belt (on accident, I was an engineering major before)

    whew....I'll still study though, I am taking it this november so I have plenty of time, and I will be talking a o-chem class and a college alegbra class to freshen up my skills (they are pre reqs as well)
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    I took the TEAS V for the first time today and I scored a 56%. Not good. I did awful in the Science section and I have been out of high school for 15 years. Does anyone know when I retake it if I scored higher the first time let's say in Math and Reading will they take them scores?
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    Every school is different you need to check with the schools you are applying to. I know that my school will take the best overall score... no matter how many times you take it. But they are all different. Good luck
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    Quote from karentroy78
    I took the TEAS V for the first time today and I scored a 56%. Not good. I did awful in the Science section and I have been out of high school for 15 years. Does anyone know when I retake it if I scored higher the first time let's say in Math and Reading will they take them scores?
    Karen - my school let me pick the first time or second time, but it was the whole test score, not parts of each.
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    I did not have food webs on mine. I had naming carbons, cellular respiration, TONSSSS of chemistry, logic (if a scale is broken, how can you determine the weight of objects)....etc.
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    I took the TEAS V on 2/1/2011 for the first time. I scored 92% (reading 93%, math 97%, science 85%, language 93%) and was in the 99th percentile for my program and nationally. I did not study for it. I took the HESI about two months before the TEAS V and used both the Barron's and the Kaplan study guides. I thought the Kaplan guide was a little bit better than the Barron's. IMHO, the best preparation is to do well in your prerequisite classes.


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