ATI TEAS 6 Advice and Recommendations! - page 7
Hey everyone, As we all know and fear.. the new ATI TEAS 6 came out yesterday (AUGUST 31st 2016). If you have taken the ATI TEAS 6, please feel free to update the rest of us on how it was for you.... Read More
Jan 3Joined: Jan '18; Posts: 1Hi! I'm planning on taking my exam for about a month so I could get that whole month of studying. Just wondering where did you guys buy the practice A and B?
Jan 4From: TX, US ; Joined: Jul '17; Posts: 74; Likes: 48Quote from AjFortalezaYou buy it from the ATI website.Hi! I'm planning on taking my exam for about a month so I could get that whole month of studying. Just wondering where did you guys buy the practice A and B?
Jan 5Joined: Jan '18; Posts: 30; Likes: 21Hey all, I took the TEAS 6 for the first time a few days ago and got 90%. I just wanted to share what I used to study. I don't really have any issue with English or Math so I mainly only used these resources to study for the Science portion of the examination.
First, I bought a copy of Cliff's Anatomy and Physiology Review off - it's cheap and info-dense, and the majority of the exam questions were A&P stuff, so this really helped. Second, I purchased the Mometrix TEAS 6 review book - it was fantastic in terms of giving me an idea of what the exam would be like and had questions I found very similar to the test itself, so it's a nice cheap alternative to the official ATI tests. It also includes a categorized review of everything that could possibly be on the exam, which I also found helpful. Lastly, I reviewed a few videos on YouTube each day on different body systems. I found the Crash Course A&P series to be particularly helpful in providing a dense, general review with memorable case studies. I studied for about 2-3 weeks with a few days off here and there for the holidays.
I ended up scoring about an 86-87% on the Science portion (don't remember the exact number) and it's been a few years since I took A&P, so I think the materials I used gave me a pretty decent
Jan 21Joined: Sep '12; Posts: 4Hi Clina,
Is the reading and English the same questions in TEAS V. I took the TEAS 5 about 6 years ago and wanted to know. Can you reply here or my email. firstname.lastname@example.org
Mar 24Specialty: 1 year(s) of experience ; Joined: Mar '18; Posts: 3; Likes: 2Because of the TEAS test crashing on me I have to retake the test in the administrations office. I was waiting for my Nursing admission letter for Fall 2018. I am anxious and devastated.
It crashed because I touched the numbers pad to input numbers in the calculator. ATI let me finish the math part seperately. I had to start over from problem number 1, instead of resuming from where it crashed. My school Joilet Junior College is not accepting my final score. And my school didn't call me during spring break about the situation. now I have to cram and take the TEAS test in 3 days. I studied for two week the first time around. And it been a while month since I looked at the TEAs textbooks. I had a 77. An automatic seat in the nursing program.
I feel so sick. I feel
rushed and unprepared, now. Plus we just got off of spring break and all my semester classes is going through midterm exam!!! Thanks JJC. You couldn't call me duRing spring break!?