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- Available Lessons: 205
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Course SummaryIt's easy to get ready for the Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS), formerly the Health Occupations Basic Entrance Test (HOBET), with our engaging study guide course. You'll review concepts you'll be tested on with our professionally designed lessons and self-assessment quizzes.
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About This Course
The lessons comprising this TEAS test study guide address English, math and science concepts that prospective nursing and allied health students will be tested on prior to entering their chosen schools. This guide can provide you with the opportunity to review details about these topics and further study those aspects that you feel you need to review before sitting for this exam. You can refresh your understanding of such topics as reading analysis methods, word meanings, decimal conversion, word problems, algebraic concepts, anatomy and physiology, matter and scientific reasoning.
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This course was last updated in 2019.
Syllabus & Course Information
This TEAS test study guide contains lessons that correspond to the concepts you'll be tested on when you sit for the exam. These range from reading topics like passage comprehension and analyzing sources to math and science subjects such as algebraic applications and life science. Once you complete this chapter, you should be ready to:
- Detail sentence structure and spelling
- Outline writing and word meanings in context
- Make mathematical calculations
- Describe data interpretation
- Identify the properties of matter
- Explain population change and reproductive systems
With 188 lessons and 22 chapters, our test prep course aims to get you ready for the TEAS test. Before you take the exam, check your knowledge and memory of these subjects by answering the questions on the short lesson quizzes and chapter tests.
TEAS Test Exam Information
Many nursing and allied health schools in the U.S. use the TEAS exam to measure a student's knowledge of common concepts in four basic academic areas: reading, math, science and English.
- Number of Questions: 170 (Reading 53, Mathematics 36, Science 53, English and Language Usage 28)
- Question Type: multiple-choice questions
- Time Limit: 209 minutes (Reading 64, Mathematics 54, Science 63, English and Language Usage 28)
- Exam Cost: $90
TEAS Test Exam Breakdown
|TEAS Test Exam Concept||Percent of the TEAS Test Exam||Approximate Number of Questions||Chapter Lessons|
|English & Language Usage||17%||29 questions||36|
TEAS Preparation & Registration
You can register for the TEAS exam through the ATI Testing website or through the website of the school you wish to enroll in. A separate registration process is available for nursing students and for allied health students. Once you have chosen a date and location for the TEAS exam, you will click on Register and complete the process. When registering on the website, you can pay the registration fee online. When registering at a specific school, payment can typically be made at the registrar.
Using this prep course, you can review all topics found on the exam and take self-assessment quizzes to gauge your understanding of the material addressed in each lesson. Take the quizzes as many times as necessary to confirm proficiency in each of these subjects. On the day of your exam, report to the testing site with the ATI testing ID number that you should receive once you complete registration. You must also bring a photo ID, payment receipt and No. 2 pencils.
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