Hi there, congrats on your TEAS exam!
I just got done reading your post, thank you for your advice. I also wanted to ask what you did in order to study and prepare yourself? How long did you study for?
I'm taking mine in a few weeks and started studying already but I was wondering if you had any other tips, I'm really nervous as this is the last thing I need now for nursing programs I'm applying to.
So I've already taken Chem, Anat, Micro and Phys (in that order) and recently finishing Physio helped me stay pretty prepared so I didn't review on Science as much (just my weak points).
I ordered the prep book from ATI and started with that. I focused mostly on Math and reading comprehension (this was actually my lowest score on the exam).
I highly recommend the app https://play.Google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.abc.teastest&hl=en_US
I used the app to find my weak points (esp for Math) and then brushed up on them. I wrote everything in Google docs just so I could review. Do as many Math practice problems as possible. You WILL get a calculator on the exam so make sure you use it. Also make sure you read the question carefully- I messed up so many times just because I rushed a simple problem. Just do as many practice problems as you can find and figure out your weaknesses for all 4 fields.
If you've taken Anat & Physiology, I'd review your notes. Use Youtube to find relevant vids. Again, find your weak points. Mine were the reproductive and digestive systems. The questions aren't too deep- Mostly general function.
For English, definitely know what a simple vs compound vs complex sentence is. Also be able to figure out the meaning of words given the context. This was the easiest section.
I was studying about 2-3 hrs a day for roughly a 1.5 months. But having taken those classes recently really helped.
It's very likely you'll pass (so don't worry too much about that). Good luck!
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