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Anyone taking the test in Jan or Feb? I am sitting for it in late January. I was already in a nursing program in another state and then we moved so I had to withdraw during second semester. :-/ I took the Kaplan to get into that program and passed with a good score, but I ehard the TEAS V is very hard.

What is everyone doing to prepare?? I bought the ATI Teas manual and got it yesterday in the mail, I need to brush up on Science and Math for sure! Any tips share them here!!

HarleyGrandma specializes in Emergency.

I will be taking the TEAS in late Feb, not sure what exact date. I am returning to college after 30 years, was able to satisfy all but 4 of my prereqs with my transcripts. I'm taking A & P this spring, and then summer. I hope to start the RN program in the fall.

I am studying the ATI study guide, printed off the awesome tips from here, and various youtube videos. I've forgotten so much of this stuff, really feel as if I am learning it all over again. Trying to study a few hours a day, everyday, slow and steady!

~Sheila

Good for you!!! That's awesome. I had a bunch of "older folks" in my nursing class. I myself am 31 and I was in the middle, most were early 20s and 30s and a few late 50s! It was awesome to see. I'm trying to go over some stuff daily to refresh my memory. It's amazing how much I can forget so quickly. I have 5 kiddos who keep me busy so that's probably part of it!

I will be taking the TEAS in late Feb, not sure what exact date. I am returning to college after 30 years, was able to satisfy all but 4 of my prereqs with my transcripts. I'm taking A & P this spring, and then summer. I hope to start the RN program in the fall.

I am studying the ATI study guide, printed off the awesome tips from here, and various youtube videos. I've forgotten so much of this stuff, really feel as if I am learning it all over again. Trying to study a few hours a day, everyday, slow and steady!

~Sheila

HarleyGrandma,

That is great that you are returning to school. You probably already know this but just in case... be prepared to study a lot for A&P I. A&P can be pretty darn challenging. Make sure you study at least some everyday. At my school, the class average is like 65... For me, I start studying for the next exam after I leave the classroom door!

Regards,

LW

Good for you!!! That's awesome. I had a bunch of "older folks" in my nursing class. I myself am 31 and I was in the middle, most were early 20s and 30s and a few late 50s! It was awesome to see. I'm trying to go over some stuff daily to refresh my memory. It's amazing how much I can forget so quickly. I have 5 kiddos who keep me busy so that's probably part of it!

WantToBeMidwife,

FIVE kids! I swear I don't know how mom's do it- and that is typically just one or two children! You must be one determined and organized mother! I study with a mom in my A&P class, and she and I work great together. She is a very disciplined student! Still, I don't know how she finds the time!

Regards,

LW

-LW

Well, you have to really want it, that's for sure! I limit my kids on activities, if I can't keep up with something I put it aside. I manage to be involved with their schools and classes. I use my days to study and do my work, and nights only if I have an exam. I need my sleep! Never studied later than 11pm or I'm useless the next day. I had a good system going, we've now moved to a new state and I'll have to make sure I find lots of help when I go back. Hubby works from home so that does help too.

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