Nursing Teas Guide (Quick Study Academic)

September 30, 2017 - Comment

Essential academic skill requirements covered for the TEAS test for entry into Nursing School, all in 6 laminated pages. Many people have underestimated this test their first time around and had to take it again, do not be one of them. These 6 laminated pages are a guide to success. Nurses are some of the

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Essential academic skill requirements covered for the TEAS test for entry into Nursing School, all in 6 laminated pages. Many people have underestimated this test their first time around and had to take it again, do not be one of them. These 6 laminated pages are a guide to success. Nurses are some of the biggest fans of QuickStudy guides, so start your collection and get started on a new career.

Suggested uses:
• Students –study companion that can be reviewed any where and any time, to ensure you are keeping your goals in sight
• Teachers/Professors – a roadmap for your students training to take the TEAS to start a Nursing career
• Nursing Schools – a great opportunity to provide this tool for incoming students to help them pass the test and enter your program

Product Features

  • Nursing Teas Guide

Comments

Nilsson says:

This is a great supplement to a proper study guide This is a great supplement to a proper study guide, but it should not be your only method of studying. There is one error I caught so far which is under the subtraction section, 3-8=-5 the study guide has the answer as 3. So this simple error should be fixed

Gary Ray Betz says:

Nursing teas – literally. Didn’t know what I was purchasing, but my error – I thought I was buying a guide as to what what teas you should take to mollify specific illnesses (i.e. nursing teas).

Heathwright says:

Study tool! & Assessment Reminder! Bought this as a nursing school study tool. It is multi-folds and has all the basic assessment charting/systems. Great tool to help with assessments or study tool (even thought assessment becomes 2nd-nature). I use this as a reference for classes or when I can’t remember how to chart a specific body part/system.

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