## How do I study for the TEAS test?

We recommend allowing at least 6 weeks of preparation prior to taking the TEAS.

**What is the best way to study for the TEAS test?**

**Here are some tips to help you prepare and pass your TEAS:**

- Make a plan. Before you start preparing for your exam, make a plan. ...
- Don't cram study. ...
- Invest in a TEAS practice exam. ...
- Practice time management. ...
- Go with your gut! ...
- Answer every question. ...
- Take care of yourself.

**How long do I need to study for the TEAS?**

We recommend allowing at least 6 weeks of preparation prior to taking the TEAS.

**Is it possible to study for the TEAS test?**

Like any test you take, **studying beforehand will boost your chances for success**. But, approximately 40% of students must take the TEAS more than once, so prepping for the TEAS isn't just helpful; it's crucial.

**Is it hard to pass the TEAS test?**

**Many test takers have found the Reading and English section to be moderately difficult**. However, many TEAS takers vouch that the Science and Math section are more complex and challenging. The timed nature of the exam can be difficult for some.

**What is the hardest part of the TEAS test?**

Many students find that **math and reading** are the hardest parts of the TEAS exam. These sections are difficult because there are many different topics covered and students are pressed for time.

**Do most people pass the TEAS test?**

**Nationally, the average TEAS test score is about 60 percent**. For students applying to an associate's degree program, the typical score is about 66 percent. Students applying to a bachelor's degree program have an average score around 70 percent.

**What is a passing TEAS score?**

The TEAS exam is not a pass or fail test. Students completing the TEAS exam must earn a Proficient (**minimum of 58.7% overall score**) or higher in the ATI Academic Preparedness Category as a minimum for admission.

**How many times can you fail the TEAS?**

The average number of attempts allowed on the TEAS Exam is **3 times per year**. However, the school sets that number of attempts, so it varies from school to school. Be sure to contact the school in which you are applying to understand its important deadlines and the number of attempts allowed to pass the ATI TEAS Exam.

**What math is on the TEAS test?**

The Math section of the TEAS requires you to use **algebra, numbers, measurements, and data** to solve problems successfully. To help you prepare for this section of the TEAS, this page contains everything you need to know, including what topics are covered, how many questions there are, and how you can study effectively.

## Should I take the TEAS test without studying?

The ATI TEAS Exam is an important first step in your nursing school or allied health journey, and just like any test you take, **studying beforehand will boost your chances of success**. However, studying for the TEAS isn't just helpful, it's crucial – approximately 40% of students have to take the TEAS more than once!

**Can you use a calculator on the TEAS?**

5. Can I use a calculator when taking the ATI TEAS? The calculator is embedded in the exam. **Personal calculators are not allowed**.

**How do you pass the TEAS test on the first try?**

**How to pass the TEAS Test on your first try?**

- Collect general information about the TEAS.
- Schedule your time to study.
- Utilize TEAS test prep resources.
- Talk with your friends.
- Take our free TEAS practice test 2023.

**What happens if I dont pass my TEAS test?**

The TEAS exam is high stakes in that it's a big component to your admission into a nursing program. But it's not an all-or-nothing, single opportunity. As long as you're willing to pay for the assessment, **you're allowed to retake the test**.

**Is the TEAS harder than SAT?**

**The TEAS test is no more challenging than the SAT or ACT**, but you may find sections of the TEAS more challenging than others. For example, if you struggled with reading and comprehension during high school, you may find the reading section harder. The mathematics section might trip you up if numbers aren't your thing.

**What kind of questions are on the TEAS test?**

ATI TEAS FORMAT: The ATI TEAS test is comprised of **170 questions set up in a multiple-choice format with four-option answers**. Questions are designed to test the basic academic skills you will need to perform in class in the areas of: Reading, Math, Science, and English and Language Usage.

**What is a good TEAS score?**

Academic Preparedness Levels for TEAS | TEAS Score Range |
---|---|

Basic | 40.7%-58.0% |

Proficient | 58.7%-79.3% |

Advanced | 80.0%-91.3% |

Exemplary | 92.0%-100% |

**Is the TEAS all multiple choice?**

The ATI TEAS exam is comprised of 170 total questions, with 209 minutes in allocated testing time. **Question types include multiple choice, multiple select (select all that apply)**, fill in the blank, ordered response and hot spots.

**What is the lowest score on the TEAS test?**

The exam is scored on a scale from 0% to 100%. Students will receive the following on their TEAS score report: Total TEAS Score: This is the score weighed for every section of the test. Content Area Score: These will be individual scores for each section of the TEAS test.

**How much does it cost to pass the TEAS test?**

Although the passing score for each nursing school may differ, the general range of minimum passing TEAS test scores for most nursing schools is **between 55%-70% (composite score)**. The Total Score, Content Score, and Sub-Content Score are the three components of the ATI TEAS scores.

## What happens if you fail the TEAS test three times?

Students who say "I have failed the TEAS test three times, when can I retake it again?" **will likely need to wait for the next application cycle before they can retake the TEAS**.

**How long are TEAS scores good for?**

Generally, TEAS scores are valid for **two years**. However, this is a school policy - so you must check with the school(s) where you will be applying. TEAS Exam scores are usually valid for two years.

**Is a 65.3 good on the TEAS test?**

TEAS Score Ranges

The national mean composite score is different with each test administration, but **it usually falls somewhere between 65% and 75%**.

**Can you take the TEAS test online at home?**

You can take the ATI TEAS Exam through one of three venues: **TEAS – at an institution either on-campus or online using remote proctoring**. TEAS at ATI – an online exam using ATI Remote Proctors. TEAS at PSI – in-person at a PSI National Testing Center.

**Can you retake one section of the TEAS test?**

Please Note: **You may not retake a specific section of the TEAS**. To provide an overall score and academic preparedness level for schools to use as admissions evaluation, the student must complete all four sections of the TEAS at the time of the exam.

**Can I retake TEAS after a week?**

If you have taken the test previously and wish to take it again to improve your score **there is a two week waiting period from the time you complete the exam until you can retest**. Your retest must still be scheduled 72 hours in advance of the scheduled TEAS exam date.

**How soon after can you retake the TEAS?**

TESTING RULES

1) Once you take ATI TEAS and pass, you must wait **at least 365 days** before re-testing to improve your score. Once you retest, the most recent score will be taken and accepted.

**Does the TEAS have a formula sheet?**

**Following is a quick formula reference sheet that lists all important ATI TEAS 7 Math formulas you MUST know before you sit down for the test**. If you learn every formula in this ATI TEAS 7 Math Formula Cheat Sheet, you will save yourself valuable time on the test and probably get a few extra questions correct.

**Is trigonometry on the TEAS test?**

Similarity, Right Triangles, and Trigonometry

**You'll have less questions on the TEAS test on this topic than other topics** but there is a good chance you will see at least one so make sure you are familiar with solving questions on these topics.

**Where do I start studying for the TEAS exam?**

**TEAS: Top 10 Study Tips**

- Know What to Expect.
- Get a Study Buddy, or Form a Study Group.
- Utilize Online Test Prep Resources.
- Take an In-Person Test Prep Class.
- Get Printed Study Guides.
- Organize Your Study Time.
- Take Breaks.
- Take Care of Yourself.

## Does the TEAS exam have no calculator?

TEAS quick tips

**If you are taking the online version, a four-function drop-down calculator is built into the exam** (multiplication, addition, subtraction, and division). If you are taking the paper-pencil version of the TEAS, a four-function calculator will be provided to you by the proctor.

**How do I take the TEAS test at home?**

Go to www.atitesting.com and log in to your ATI account. Once logged in, click the “TEST” tab. If you have the ATI TEAS Exam card, click “BEGIN.” If you do not have the ATI TEAS Exam card, select “ADD PRODUCT” and input the Product/Assessment ID that was provided in an email from ATI.

**What formulas do I need to know for the TEAS test?**

Formula | Symbols |
---|---|

A=π⋅r2 | A = Area of a circle r = radius π≈3.14 |

V = lwh | V = Volume of a rectangular prism l = length w = width h = height |

V = Bh | V = Volume of a right prism B = area of the base h = height |

V=πr2h | V = Volume of a cylinder r = radius h = height π≈3.14 |

**Do you need to know formulas for the TEAS test?**

Here are some of the formulas and concepts you may need to know for the math section of the exam: Fractions: addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Decimals: addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Percentages: conversions, finding percentages of numbers, and percentage increase or decrease.

**What is the average TEAS math score?**

Average TEAS Test Scores

The average TEAS score is 60 percent. The average score for students applying for associate's degree programs is 66 percent. Most applicants to bachelor's degree programs score around 70 percent.

**Do all nurses take the TEAS test?**

If you are thinking about going to nursing school, there is a good chance you will have to take a standardized exam called the Test of Essential Academic Skills, or TEAS exam. **Not all nursing programs will have applicants take the TEAS exam**.

**Is TEAS harder than Nclex?**

**teas is harder than nclex**. because teas is a weed out exam, it is used to decrease the number of students. that actually get into nursing school. so you have very little prep material available.

**Is the ATI TEAS 6 or 7 harder?**

Will Version 7 be harder than version 6? No – the ATI TEAS, **Version 7 is not designed to be any more difficult than the previous version of the TEAS exam**. These tests are equated, which means they are comparable to each other and have roughly the same degree of difficulty.

**Is TEAS harder than GED?**

I took both the GED and TEAS test and I found **the TEAS test to be more difficult**. I did really well on the GED, but did poorly on the TEAS. I think I did poorly on the math section on the TEAS because it seemed to me there were more word problems and I am horrible with word problems.

**How many tries do you get for the TEAS test?**

You are allowed to take the ATI TEAS **up to 3 times in a calendar year**. 10. Do I have to pay a fee each time to take the ATI TEAS? Yes, the cost is $93 for each testing.

## What is the best app for the ATI TEAS test prep?

**Pocket Prep** is your award-winning tool for mobile learning and exam preparation. Pocket Prep allows you to study anywhere, anytime, right from your mobile device. We strive to make studying more efficient by redefining how you prepare for the Test of Essential Academic Skills (formerly called the TEAS V).

**When should I start studying for the TEAS test?**

ATI recommends that you give yourself **at least 6 weeks** to prepare before taking the TEAS. The biggest mistake that students make on the TEAS is not giving themselves enough time to study for all of the concepts, so it's important to take your prep seriously!

**What Math should I study for the TEAS test?**

The Math section of the TEAS requires you to use **algebra, numbers, measurements, and data** to solve problems successfully.

**What if I fail the ATI TEAS test?**

The TEAS exam is high stakes in that it's a big component to your admission into a nursing program. But it's not an all-or-nothing, single opportunity. As long as you're willing to pay for the assessment, **you're allowed to retake the test**.

**Do I need a calculator for the ATI TEAS?**

**A calculator will be provided during the ATI TEAS exam**.

If you take the online version of the ATI TEAS Exam, a drop-down calculator is built into the exam. You will not be able to use your own calculator. A calculator is embedded in the TEAS exam.

**Can you have a calculator for the ATI TEAS test?**

**A four-function calculator will be provided by the testing center**. You will not be allowed to use calculators that you have brought from home. The proctor will provide you with scratch paper for use during the exam. Scratch paper is not to be used before the exam or during breaks.

**What if I fail the TEAS test 3 times?**

Students who say "I have failed the TEAS test three times, when can I retake it again?" will likely need to **wait for the next application cycle before they can retake the TEAS**.