Okay, so I took the TEAS test. Ha, Ha I didn't study for it and paid the price. I got a 73 . However since the min. is 70 for EAYL and they decide who get their 6 seats *confirmed* I still may be in the running, just maybe.
TEAS test at clearwater are horrible!!!! First of all please, please, please either pay before hand or get there really early and pay since i was witness to the amount of people who took the test and they are fairly large groups. This means if you get their "on-time" and pay and come back to sign-in you may not get in (My advice is to sign-in and then pay). It was sad that one tester got there and was turned down because our group was full. (The bookstore and the testing sites are both in Bldg. 7 at Clearwater.)
I will try to post a pic of my results to explain the test better. Don't laugh at my results :).
Well as for that day the run down was as follows. First you sign-in. A proctor will call you in by 3s. You will sign-in again on a different roster, sign your name, and they will check your reciept and your photo id. Then you get scrap pasper for your test, you choose a computer and sign-in to your ATI account (you must create an ATI first before your test date!!!!). This were it got scary. You will be asked to navigate to a section on the ATI site to input a code for you test to begin. However in my case, and six others, this page would not display. We restarted the computers and signed-in again, which worked at that time. Had it not worked we would have been asked to get a refund and schedule or go to phcc. Scary scary stuff!! Before you start you are told about retaking the test (so you actually listen), you read the directions, you are told to use your extra time in a section to go to the bathroom (since its harder to pause your test to use the bathroom and come back) and you are told NOT to move your mouse out of the question area, which means to stay away from the blue side of the screen since it will lock you test (ha ha this sounds like a joke but is true). The proctor gives you access and you begin your test. The most interesting part of the test was the parts where you where asked to actually draw/write figures/numbers and manipulate/erase them (I guess to see if you could follow directions?). After you finish you get you results and you print them out. Then in my case you cry all the way home . Good times...
My advice is buy a pratice book and study your brains out now. Oh and stay positive, sleep well and eat breakfast .