So I took the TEAS VI yesterday and I just wanted to let you guys know what it was like.
I didn't prepare at all for it because I found out this school took this over the HESI, which I took a few weeks ago, 3 days ago. Despite not studying my overall score was an 80%. I think this is because I found it to be pretty similar to the HESI which I had studied a couple of weeks for before I took it.
I found it to be the same kind of english questions you will see a lot of places like the theme, what kind of passage it was, entertainment, informative, etc., just things like that. I didn't find this section to be particularly hard. Just take the time to read the passages. I had plenty of time to read them a couple of times through.
Math is the only section where I had a little bit of a time crunch, but I had about 10 minutes left on the section when I finished it. You do have a calculator you can use the whole time which is super nice! It is a lot of algebra, word problems, and fractions. There were very few questions that tripped me up in this section. I would say comparative to the HESI is that it had a lot more wording to some of the problems. Just try and pick out the numbers and don't read to much into it and you should be fine. I double checked all my answers with the calculator just in case and really utilized my scratch paper on this section!
Science was really A&P heavy. I would say like 80% of my questions seemed like A&P. If you know your body systems you can probably do really well. This was my lowest section just because even though I have taken A&P I didn't have to take it on my HESI so I wasn't as prepared for it.
English and language usage wasn't too bad either. Just know your grammar use context clues in case you don't know what a word means. It really wasn't too bad.
The test is suppose to take 3.5 hours, but I finished it in 1. The lady was super surprised by this and didn't believe I'd really finished, but I always tend to fly through tests. If you leave yourself enough time at the end of each section you can go back through the section before you submit it and check your answers. I hope this helps a little bit!