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How to study for the TEAS exam?

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by michelle1704 michelle1704 (New) New Pre-Student

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Hello. I hope this post finds you guys well and you are staying safe.

I am a community college student in San Diego, CA. So far I have been doing well in my prerequisites (thank God). Recently, I am constantly finding myself a bit anxious about things such as the TEAS exam and gaining experience in healthcare before applying to nursing programs. Can you guys share some tips and resources that helped you ace the exam? I don't plan on taking it for a while but I want to get started on studying for it early so I don't find myself in a pickle later on. Thank you!

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I don't know about California, but my local library system had the books with practice tests and I found that helped me find my weak points

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19 minutes ago, whalestales said:

I don't know about California, but my local library system had the books with practice tests and I found that helped me find my weak points

Thank you!

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So I'm in NY. I used the Version 5 of the TEAS textbook (because that's the version I have, but the most recent one is Version 6) and focused on the Science portion. The Math section is fairly easy (at least to me) and the English and Reading parts were really straightforward.

I spent 90% of my study time in Science, 5% in Reading and 5% in English. I did the practice tests in the book and compared my answers to the ones in the back of the book. Whatever questions I got wrong, I'd just brush over the topics quickly for English, Math and Reading. Worked well for me.

Preparedness Level: Advanced

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