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Can Teas be passes without puechasing exams?

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by llr26 llr26 (New Member) New Member

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I'm ables to obtain studyguide but I don't have finances to buy exams right now.

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akulahawkRN has 3 years experience as a ADN, RN, EMT-P and specializes in Emergency Department.

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If you have the study guide that ATI puts out, you should be able to take the practice exams that are included in the study guide. How well you do should really depend upon how well your educational foundation has been laid. If you've had a college level algebra course, general biology course, and an English Writing course (sufficient to graduate), you'll do fine if you've done well in those courses.

I would imagine that by the time someone's finished the typical prerequisite coursework to enter a Nursing program, that foundation should have been solidified. I did quite well on the TEAS, but don't compare yourself to me. I already have an extensive education, and this is my second time going through college. The questions you miss on the practice tests from the study guide should show you where you need improvement. Believe me, as well as I did, I still could have done better.

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I did NOT buy the exams. I bought the study guide and took those practice exams in the book like 30 times, but I couldn't justify the online exams. I made a 90.5. It can be done! :)

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I only used the study guide and took the practice exams at the back of the book and I did very well. As akulahawk said, it is more based upon your previous knowledge that you have from your prior classes. The study guide and practice tests just give you a consolidated review, but are not the actual test. The actual test is not a rewording of any of their practice tests.

In addition you can go to the library and get a 'nursing school practice test' book. The TEAS study guide will help you with how the test is laid out, and the other books will help you with a review.

Good Luck with your exam.

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Of course it can. I did not study for the TEAS at all and got in the mid 90s. I did not even know what the TEAS was until the day before I had to take it.

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DarkBluePhoenix has 3+ years experience and specializes in Med-Surg/DOU/Ortho/Onc/Rehab/ER/.

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Which TEAS?

If you took V, how was the english section?

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Who are you talking to? I took the TEAS IV.

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DarkBluePhoenix has 3+ years experience and specializes in Med-Surg/DOU/Ortho/Onc/Rehab/ER/.

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whoever?

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English section was a breeeeze.

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VannVann2008 has 3 years experience and specializes in Neuro, Geriatrics, Progressive Care.

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Me personally I did not study like I should (no study guides or practice exams; did thumb through an old GED book). I made an 80% overall. Just think if I took a little more time

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