# who's taken the teas v??? - page 21

by sch1109

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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

- 0Sep 11, '11 by Eagle2110Quote from accrn2012hi addisonlawrence,

no. my school requires a 58.7% to apply for the nursing program. most of the students in my school applying for the same program are scoring in the 90s or higher.

hey, if you don't mind me asking....where are you applying? because i've been trying to find out how everyone in my school is doing on the test but dont really know anyone; and that 58.7 is the requirement for my school also. - 0Sep 14, '11 by yolysoon2be_nurse

hi everyone, i am new to the site. i have been reading this thread about the teas v and it has been really helpful. i am taking the teas v test on 9/12 and i am super nervous! i am hoping someone can give me insight on the reading portion of this test. in the study manual teas v, the reading portion questions are about the topic, main idea, theme... are the questions on the actual test like this? i have always thought reading was my best subject but the teas v study manual has proved me wrong!

hoping someone that has taken the actual test can give me some advice.

- 0Oct 1, '11 by lisa adegbe21Hello everyone.. I just took the teas today n i did reallly bad? its only my second time and im already dreading.. I took the time to study from the book and Im still not getting a passing score? is there any helpful ways ? should i hire a tutor?
- 0Oct 6, '11 by aclaysQuote from kmoty01While I don't know anything about the PAX review book, I do have experience with the official TEAS Study Guide that I purchased from Barnes and Noble for about $30. I studied the guide an hour or so a day for two weeks and got a 99th percentile score on the exam due to the study guide and two paper practice tests included in the book. There was not a single question on the TEAS that I didn't feel the guide prepared me for. You can probably find a cheaper version of the guide on ebay if you really need to cut costs and are not in an extreme hurry. Good luck!I was just wondering if I should purchase the TEAS studyguide? I have the PAX review book and was hoping I could just use it. Any suggestions on whether you think the two are similar will be greatly appreciated.
- 0Oct 19, '11 by shay&lynnI am taking the TEAS V on Monday, October 24th. I only need to score a 60% or better on the Math portion, if I don't, I can take the Math portion one time a week [have to pay the full amount of the test only to retest in Math] up until I believe December. I do have to take the other 3 sections, but the scores don't matter as I am already accepted into the RN program at my school. So therefore, I am studying my buns off for the Math!

Just wondering, if the Math on the test is similar to that in the ATI prep book? I sure hope so! - 0Oct 29, '11 by aclaysQuote from JenniferaschMy experience was that the math was exactly the same, they'd just changed the numbers. I got 100% on the math and I owe it entirely to the ATI study guide.I am taking the TEAS V on Monday, October 24th. I only need to score a 60% or better on the Math portion, if I don't, I can take the Math portion one time a week [have to pay the full amount of the test only to retest in Math] up until I believe December. I do have to take the other 3 sections, but the scores don't matter as I am already accepted into the RN program at my school. So therefore, I am studying my buns off for the Math!

Just wondering, if the Math on the test is similar to that in the ATI prep book? I sure hope so!