Nursing Students TEAS

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I’m taking the TEAS exam for nursing next week . I have the TEAS book (yellow one ) is the test just like that book ? I been studying the test in the book because it’s so much . Has anyone taking the TEAS test this year and how is it . Will I be OK :prepared if I know the test in the book ? Abs I’m taking it at home online the proctor I believe how does this work ? Any insight please I’m  nervous abs need to pass this 


When you take the practice test, as you answer each question it will tell you if you got it right or wrong. Unfortunately, you have to go in order of the real TEAS test (Reading, Math, Science, and English), but you are allowed to take each full practice test twice, so that should help....

Good luck on your exam Sat!!! You've got this ?

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Am purchasing the ATI TEAS manual from the website and the practice test is there any discount codes that can be applied 

I haven't seen any ? Sorry!! 

Teas10 is the discount code 

OK thanks 

Is this the correct one 



Yes! You get Version B and C. B is the most representative in terms of content and difficulty. If you do well on that you will be golden. If you don't then you'll know what to brush up on ?

Don't get freaked out if your score is lower on practice test C. It is way harder for some reason and way harder than the actual test. I studied the answers like crazy and then by test day I felt confident with whatever ATI threw at me. 

Got it . I’m gonna do practice test wed - they English I’m not too good with as for a (;) where they need to go and words with whom verses who .. ugggg I  hope I don't get too many wrong in the English, that I fail . All I can do is study 

This website helped me! https://www.grammarly.com/blog/who-vs-whom-its-not-as-complicated-as-you-might-think/

The Difference Between Who and Whom

How can you tell when your pronoun is the object of a verb or preposition? Try substituting “he” or “she” and “him” or “her.” If “he” or “she” fits, you should use who. If “him” or “her” fits, you should use whom. Keep in mind that you may have to temporarily rearrange the sentence a bit while you test it.

Who/whom ate my sandwich?

Try substituting “she” and “her”: She ate my sandwich. Her ate my sandwich. “She” works and “her” doesn’t. That means the word you want is who.


Let’s look at another:

Who/whom should I talk to about labeling food in the refrigerator?

Try substituting “he” and “him”: I should talk to he. I should talk to him. “Him” works, so the word you need is whom.

Whom should I talk to about labeling food in the refrigerator?

You can also use questions to determine when to use who and when to use whom. Are you talking about someone who is doing something?

Gina drives her mother’s car to school.

Yes, you are talking about someone doing something, so use who in your question.

Who drives her mother’s car to school?

Now look at this sentence:

The car is driven to school by Gina.

No, the subject of the sentence (car) is not performing the action. Use whom in your question.

The car is driven to school by whom?

By whom is the car driven to school?

If you think the whom examples sound awkward or prissy, you are not alone. Many people don’t use whom in casual speech or writing. Others use it only in well-established phrases such as “to whom it may concern.”


Hi the Bird Sisters! thank you so much for all your advice and suggestions. I was conditionally admitted at the Nursing program that I applied because I still have to pass the TEAS. I have been super concerned reading, practicing Math problems... I paid for the tests B and C at the TEAS website, I have done both 3 times each... I get 85-87% scores and I'm still afraid of not doing well.

I felt relieved that you think that if we do well with these we will be safe! I took my prerequisites couple years ago.

You are going to rock it! Just keep the faith! You are almost there! ?

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