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Pass the Test of Essential Academic Skills® with the Least Amount of Studying – Complete TEAS V® Study and Practice Tests

TEAS Test Registration

  • You have to contact a school offering the examination in your state.
  • You have to register for the examination as specified in the school of your choice.
  • The exam fee  is $25.
  • You need a credit card in order to make payment for the examination.

TEAS Exam Details

  • The examination is available in a computerized format.
  • You are given 3 hours and 29 minutes to complete the examination.
  • There are 170 questions in multiple choice format.
  • There are 4 sub test areas: Mathematics, Reading, English and Science.
  • The questions generally cover content from grades 10 – 12 in US high schools.
  • Results are available immediately after the end of the examination.
  • No calculators are allowed during the examination.
  • You will be provided with scratch paper and pencil at the test centers

TEAS FAQ

The Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS) is an admission requirement exam conducted by ATI and used by nursing schools to assess a nursing student’s ability to cope with nursing programs. The TEAS exam is a test made by ATI that is taken by nursing students as a pre-admission exam. TEAS, which is short for Test of Essential Academic Skills, is used by nursing schools to help assess nursing students’ knowledge in math, science, English and reading. More information on the TEAS contents here
The TEAS test is available as a computer based test and a paper/pencil test. Candidates can pick their preferred test format. Tips for Computer Based Tests
Yes, but candidates may not bring their own calculators as a calculator is provided for both the computer based and pencil/paper test formats.
The ATI TEAS test contains 170 questions (20 non-scored pretest questions) and you would have 209 minutes to complete the test. The test is made up of Reading section (53 questions for 64 minutes), Science section (53 questions for 63 minutes), English Language Usage section (28 questions for 28 minutes) and the Mathematics section (36 questions for 54 minutes).
A good TEAS test score varies from school to school. Each school determines their passing requirement. It is important that students try to score as high as possible.
Detailed TEAS results are made available online about 48 hours after taking the exam.
Each school determines how many times a candidate can retake the TEAS test and the waiting period between each test.

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  • How to make a Study Plan and Study Schedule
  • Practice Test Questions for Paragraph Comprehension, Basic Math, Algebra, Metric Conversion, Word Problems, Basic Science, Human Body Science (Anatomy and Physiology), Life Science (Biology, Ecology), Earth and Physical Science, Scientific Method and Reasoning, English Grammar and Language Usage, Grammar and Vocabulary in Context, Spelling and Punctuation, Grammar and structure.
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Complete exam study guide including hundreds of pages of tutorials, test preparation, self-assessments, 2 sets of practice test questions, Over 500 Practice Test Questions including Paragraph Comprehension, Basic Math, Algebra, Metric Conversion, Word Problems, Basic Science, Human Body Science (Anatomy and Physiology), Life Science (Biology, Ecology), Earth and Physical Science, Scientific Method and Reasoning, English Grammar and Language Usage, Grammar and Vocabulary in Context, Spelling and Punctuation, Grammar and structure.

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Getting Started
How this study guide is organized 9
The TEAS® Study Plan 9
Making a Study Schedule 11

Reading
Self-Assessment 16
Answer Key 23
Help with Reading Comprehension 25
Main Idea, Topic and Supporting Details 27
Drawing Inferences And Conclusions 30
Meaning From Context 32

Mathematics
Math Self-assessment 37
Answer Key 42
Metric Conversion – A Quick Tutorial 46
Fraction Tips, Tricks and Shortcuts 48
Decimal Tips, Tricks and Shortcuts 51
Percent Tips, Tricks and Shortcuts 51
How to Answer Basic Math Multiple Choice 53
How to Solve Word Problems 56
Types of Word Problems 58
Roman Numerals 66

English and Language Usage
English and Language Usage Self-Assessment 68
Answer Key 76
English Grammar and Punctuation Tutorials 78
Capitalization 78
Colons and Semicolons 80
Comma 80
How to Answer English Grammar Multiple Choice - Verb Tense 82
Common English Usage Mistakes - A Quick Review 96
Subject Verb Agreement 102
Help with Building your Vocabulary 107

Science
Self-Assessment 117
Answer Key 121
Science Tutorials 125
Scientific Method 125
Cell Biology 127
Chromosomes, genes, proteins, RNA and DNA 130
Mitosis and Meiosis 131
Phenotypes and Genotypes 134
Heredity: Genes and Mutation 135
Heredity: Mendelian Inheritance 136
Classification 138
Basic Chemistry 140
Basic Concepts in Chemistry 141
Ecology 152
Basic Physics 156
Energy: Work and Power 160
Defining Force and Newton’s Three Laws 162
Fundamental Forces: Friction 163
Fundamental Forces: Electromagnetism 164
Fundamental Forces: Gravity 166
Fundamental Forces: Strong and Weak Nuclear Forces 167
Quantum Mechanics 169
States of Matter 171

Human Body Science (Anatomy and Physiology)
The Circulatory System 174
The Endocrine System 183
The Integumentary System 189
The Reproductive System 194
The Respiratory System 199
The Skeletal System 204
The Nervous System 209
The Urinary System 214
The Immune System 218

Practice Test Questions Set 1
Practice Test 1 - Quick Reference Answer Key 263
Answer Key with Explanations 265

Practice Test Questions Set 2
Quick Reference Answer Key 318
Answer Key with Explanations 320

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Date Published: Monday, February 17th, 2014
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  1. January 10, 2018
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    Hello everyone I’m thinking of taking the nursing entrance test TEAS soon here within month or two
    Any advice would help kindly care to share I’ve finally made up my mind and this will be my 2018 resolution for becoming a RN going back to school.

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