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Hello I am taking the teas v test next week I was wondering if I pass both the practice test in the ati version v study book will I do ok on the actual test I get so nervous Ty

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I think you should be ok. I recommend the online test as well. I wish I had more time to study for my teas v exam. I came back from vacation and 2 days later I took the test making a 75.3.

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Is the online version of the test more like the test or just harder so your more prepared for getting a higher score

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It was more like the test. The same type of questions were on the actuall exam. I made a 81 on the reading 77 math 72 science and 70 on grammar section. I recommend studying the grammar and science sections. To me they were the hardest. I am going to retake it. What schools are you applying to?

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I just took the TEAS V today. I received the following scores:

Reading: 83%

Math: 93%

Science: 73%

English: 100%

Total: 85%, which is in the 95th percentile for the nationFor the past month, I have been making colored study guides for myself for each subject, which helped me remember the information I did not know very well. I got all of my information from the ATI Study Manual. I thought that as far as the reading, math, and english sections went, it was pretty much exactly like the study manual. I knew all of the information well by today, so I found those sections to be quite easy. I'm not a 4.0 student either--I'm a "B average" student, you could say.

As for the science section...The difficulty of the questions is hard to measure. I studied all of the information very well in the manual, but on the 1st online practice test I took, I got ~50%. I went back through my study guides and really tried to grasp the information beyond just memorizing definitions and such. Some questions you will know if you simply memorize the information. Truly understanding the information is very helpful though. If you understand it, you should do well. I spent many hours taking notes on the science section, but I probably could have understood it better, which is reflected in my score. Some questions I really thought came out of nowhere too and weren't exactly in the manual, but my previous knowledge from my science classes helped me figure it out. These also could have been the unscored questions, who knows...

My questions seemed to lean more toward biology and chemistry, and then anatomy/physiology thirdly.

I personally thought the online practice tests (and the study manual tests, I believe) were just slightly harder than the real test. The questions are formatted the same way, but the content was slightly easier on the real test. My real scores were a lot higher than my practice scores.

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