TEAS Practice Test [Part 5]

CareerPracticeTests – As you know, we presented over 120 multiple choice questions test 4 last TEAS practice test (you can see the specific list below):

TEAS Practice Test [Part 5]

TEAS Practice Test [Part 5]

This time, we continue to introduce to you the remaining 24 questions in total of 134 multiple-choice questions, which we divided into 5 different practice test.

Before you begin, we would like to introduce to you some useful information about the TEAS test and some thing you need to know for the first step to nursing school, as: What to expect, Passing scores.

Useful infomation you need to know for the first step to nursing school

If you’ve considered applying for nursing school, you’ve probably heard about the TEAS. While people seem to be more familiar with the NCLEX-RN and NCLEX-PN examinations, the TEAS is a common preadmission test used by many nursing programs. TEAS, which stands for Test of Essential Academic Skills, is administered through Assessment Technologies Institute (ATI) Nursing Education. The test is a basic aptitude test designed to identify students who would succeed in nursing school and who have the ability to think like a nurse. While all examinations can seem a bit daunting, it’s important to remember that it’s another step to figuring out if nursing school truly is for you.

TEAS test: What to expect

The day of the test, you should expect to spend at least four hours at the testing facility. The actual test will take 209 minutes, but you should arrive early so you won’t feel rushed. It’s a smart idea to give yourself a few minutes to focus and make sure you have everything you need. It is recommended that you arrive half an hour before the test starts. Late arrivals are not allowed to test.

For the test, you will need to bring your ATI testing ID number that you received when you registered for the test. You will also need No. 2 pencils, your registration receipt and a valid photo ID. Do not bring calculators for your cell phone with you to the testing locations.

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TEAS test: Passing scores

The TEAS is not a pass-or-fail test. Rather, it examines your understanding of 13 specific areas and measures your performance against the people in your program who have taken the test. Your percentile rank will show you where you rank against others. A fiftieth-percentile rank indicates that fifty percent of test-takers did better than you, while a seventieth-percentile rank means that you scored better than seventy percent of those who took the exam.

Many nursing programs require specific scores to be accepted into their program. It is highly recommended that you earn a proficient or higher score if you are applying to a nursing program. You should also check with the nursing school you are applying to ahead of time to see what specific admissions requirements they may have.

If you are not pleased with your TEAS score, you may retake the test. Your admissions counselor can provide you with specific guidelines on when you should retake the test.  Timelines for retaking the TEAS exam vary by school/institution.

And now, let us taking free TEAS Practice Test [Part 5] with 14 multiple choice questions:

You can see details at: http://www.practicequiz.com/teas-nursing-school-review-questions/questions?page=25

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