TEAS V Strategy - page 2

I came to this site during my time leading up to the TEAS test, and I found it very encouraging to hear from others about their experiences. This test can be stressful, so I want to let you know what... Read More

  1. by   MrNurseDavid
    @songiecookie: I heard the McGraw-Hill practice are really helpful. My brother used both the ATI online tests and the McGraw-Hill tests to help him study and he got a 89% on his actual TEAS exam. I waiting for my McGraw-Hill book to come in so I can get on studying. I'm going to be taking it a 3rd time so I'm hoping for the best with this 3rd try.
  2. by   America D.
    Hello to all nursing students I was wondering if someone could give me some tips on the TEASV EXAM this is my 3rd time taking the test and OMG most of the stuff covers on the TEAS manual has nothing to do with the test specially the science part im starting to think I need to change my career but somehow im not ready to give up on this test. ive worked so hard to finish my basics not not giving up. if someone has any suggestions or tips please help I really want to pass this stupid test wich in the first place I don't know why the ATI would make the science part so hard speacially chemistry. thank you so much guys and if your taking the test best of luck to you all.
  3. by   Krzysztof
    This is a great thread to start with:

    How I Passed the TEAS Exam
  4. by   Bell1205
    I just took the TEAS today and scored the lowest in the science. I studied from no less than 6 books and felt there was STILL stuff in the science section that I had no clue about! However, the scores from my math, reading and English made up for my poor science grade. My school only weighs the English and reading score (thank goodness!!). I would suggest using a high school or first-year college biology and chemistry book. I agree that I thought ATI made the science part a lot harder than what was given in the online tests and manual.