can someone tell me about the TEAS test? where to study for free online? how difficult it is? what math?

what kind of math? any tips anything at all thanks

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  • 1 decade ago
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    The TEAS test (or "Test of Essential Academic Skills") will test your knowledge in four basic content areas...

    1. Math

    2. Reading

    3. English and

    4. Science

    The Math subtest covers whole numbers, metric conversion, fractions and decimals, algebraic equations, percentages, and ratio/proportion.

    Reading covers paragraph comprehension, and passage comprehension.

    The English covers grammar, sentence structure, spelling and punctuation.

    The Science portion of the exam covers biology, chemistry, A&P, physical principles, and general science.

    I've been studying from a great site...

    http://www.testprepreview.com/teas_practice.htm

    ...this is a FREE site that has a sample "practice" tests (in fact, it has sample test for MANY different exams!!). You can choose a topic from the menu and try your hand at answering the questions... then click "submit" and the computer will grade the practice test instantly and tell you the correct answers (just in case you missed one :-)

    It's been a great help to see (and review) this material -- most of the test covers what you should've learned in high school. I took it years ago, and remember that the test was cut into different sections and you have a time limit for each section... just relax; and if you don't know the answer, make your best guess!!

    GOOD LUCK!!

    p.s. another TEAS test site is... http://www.atitesting.com/ ...but I think that it's not as user friendly (and you have to pay for their study guide-- yuck!)

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    4 years ago

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