I was fortunate to do very well on the teas. I scored in the 99th percentile. Blessed with a good memory 20 years past high school graduation, I guess.
The math ranged from simple ratios to algebra, to converting English to Metric, and a lot of it. The English portion tested alot of grammar
correction, but no written essay, which surprised me but is probably easier for grading purposes. The science portion was a very diverse group of questions - just a few questions from every type of science - so if you are weak in any one area, it wouldn't hurt you as much. Logic and reasoning questions - alot of these - I call these the filter questions, like the tests that big box employers use to filter out those who are lacking somewhat in common sense (which is not always detected in a brief interview). I understand that there is a practice book that you can purchase. I think for practice of the math, this would be a good idea.
Nervously waiting for my letter!!!!