How to Pass the TEAS Test

Instructor: Shelby Golden
Read this article to find out how to pass the TEAS test with the grade you need. You'll get suggestions for how to prepare and learn about resources you can use to study.

Know What to Expect

You might have an easier time passing the TEAS test if you understand how the test is set up. The TEAS includes four subtests. Altogether you will need to answer 170 questions within 3 ½ hours. The exam is computer based. Calculators won't be allowed until the latest version, but you are permitted to work with scrap paper and a pencil.

Study the Subjects on the Test

Reviewing essential English, math and science concepts is a good way to make sure you're ready for the TEAS test. Online courses are available to help you prepare to answer questions found on the TEAS's reading, mathematics, science and English and language usage subtests.

You can use Study.com's library of flexible courses to build up your knowledge in these areas. These prep courses are self-paced and include video lessons that make it easy to strengthen your mathematics, English and science skills. You can find prep courses covering the following test-related topics:

Check Out Additional TEAS Prep Resources

The Assessment Technologies Institute (ATI), the company that developed the TEAS exam, offers study options through their website. These include practice exams, a study guide and test-taking strategies. You can also find some additional books designed to help you prepare to pass the TEAS test through various bookstores.

Study.com also offers a TEAS Test Study Guide that can help you get ready for test day. You can work on this course whenever and wherever you want to, making preparation easy. You can also contact expert instructors with any questions you have while you get ready to successfully pass the TEAS exam.

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