TEAS Review Manual, Version 5.0 (ATI, Study Manual for the Test of Essential Academic Skills(TEAS))

February 27, 2014 - Comment

New for 2010, this book matches the latest version of the Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS) that is used as a pre-entrance exam by nursing schools across the country. The proctored TEAS test, developed by Assessment Technologies, Inc. (ATI), measures basic essential skills in reading, mathematics, science, and English and language usage. With revised

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New for 2010, this book matches the latest version of the Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS) that is used as a pre-entrance exam by nursing schools across the country. The proctored TEAS test, developed by Assessment Technologies, Inc. (ATI), measures basic essential skills in reading, mathematics, science, and English and language usage. With revised and updated questions throughout, this study guide contains instructional content in each of the four key areas, along with practice tests and answer keys, and a comprehensive test and answer key.

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Comments

Matthew Wietzke says:

Book Helped A Lot This is the version of the test that is currently being administered (as I write this in 2010/2011). I used this book and got a 94% on the TEAS. There are a few life science type questions that aren’t in this book like fault zones and rock types, however, I think they may have eliminated most of those questions for Version 5 of the test.The part of the TEAS test that most people have problems with is the science section. Don’t expect this book to give you a condensed summary of…

S. Rogers says:

Essential! I would absolutely recommend picking up this book if you’re taking version 5. I borrowed a version 4 book from a friend, and it just didn’t cover a lot of the stuff I saw when taking the exam, and covered outdated material, such as tectonic plate movements, weather patterns, etc, none of which was on version 5.As a side note, I would recommend waiting to take the TEAS until after you’ve taken anatomy, physiology and microbiology, as there were some questions on the exam that I knew only…

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