1. Is a formula/conversion sheet or any extra information for the math section given out?For example, if they ask to find the surface area of a cylinder, are we expected to know the formula for that?2. What kind of four function calculator are we given? Are there functions such as square root, negatives/positives, and percents? Or is it simply +, /, -, x? Thanks, all!!!!-Nervous Pre-Nursing Student

ItsThatJenGirl, CNA 1,978 Posts Jul 25, 2017 1. I *think* so, but don't quote me on that. I vaguely remember having to figure the area of a rectangle or some such and there being a formula there. 2. It's a very basic calculator. The math portion was no where near as difficult as I expected, and math is a weak area for me. Good luck!

Crystal_Len 18 Posts Jul 26, 2017 1. I *think* so, but don't quote me on that. I vaguely remember having to figure the area of a rectangle or some such and there being a formula there. 2. It's a very basic calculator. The math portion was no where near as difficult as I expected, and math is a weak area for me. Good luck!Thank you so much!!!

ItsThatJenGirl, CNA 1,978 Posts Jul 27, 2017 Thank you so much!!! The only part I found challenging was the science part, and that was only because I hadn't taken any Organic or Bio Chem. The rest was really straight forward, IMO.

Nurse Magnolia, BSN, RN 213 Posts Specializes in Pediatric Specialty RN. Has 4 years experience. Aug 1, 2017 FYI - I just took the TEAS 6 today. We were given no formulas. One of the questions was about the area of a circle and the formula was not provided. There were only a few formula questions, but the actual formulas were not provided.