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Should I take A&P to prepare for TEAS test?

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by ddrftw ddrftw (New Member) New Member

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I'll be taking Structure/Function-Human body as one of the pre-reqs for LPN, but I'm wondering if I need to take Anatomy & Physiology to better prepare myself to do better on the TEAS test? Thanks for your help!

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This is going to vary by person. The best way to "test" yourself is to purchase a TEAS practice test and see how you do. Take the test as you would exactly (you can look up the TEAS testing procedure online) with the same amount of time, breaks etc. If you do well on the practice test, chances are you can do well on the TEAS. I personally had just taken my pre reqs the year before, so I did quite well. I believe I scored a 90 or so on the actual TEAS, and in the 80's on my practice tests. I took a month to "review" but only because I had the time to burn.

For me, my human bio class was actually better at preparing me than A&P. I had an awful A&P experience.

Good luck. I would take the practice tests and see how you do before you retake a class. I would really hesitate to do that. If you have a good baseline, you shouldn't need to, unless it's been many years.

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