Can you bring your own personal calculator to the testing site?
A basic four-function calculator will be provided for you. You cannot bring your own calculator.
How many times can I take the exam?
You might need to wait 30 days before retaking the test depending on your school. Contact your school for more information.
Can you flag questions to return to later?
Yes, you can return to a question you have completed or skipped but only in your current section.
Are you allowed scrap paper for the at home test?
Scratch paper may be used during the exam. You cannot use the paper before the exam and must be destroyed following the completion of the exam. Make sure to let your proctor know you are using scrap paper and to show them the paper that you have before you start your exam.
If someone is taking the test from home, can we wear earplugs or headphones?
In most schools, you are not allowed to unless you have an accommodation. Make sure to reach out to your school in order to find out if you are allowed to.
How close are NurseHub’s practice tests to the TEAS?
We make our practice tests as close as possible to the real ATI TEAS VI exam so you are prepared as possible when you take it. NurseHub teaches you all of the concepts that you will see on the exam so you feel prepared and confident going in!
What is the difference between NurseHub’s Practice Tests and the official ATI Practice Tests?
We truly believe that our ATI TEAS VI practice test pack is the best resource for this exam! You get 5 practice tests for each of the 4 subjects on the exam. Each test also comes with in-depth answer explanations so you will never feel left behind! We also break up each subject into sub-categories so you will be able to see exactly what you are struggling with. Also, we offer a money-back guarantee if you do not pass!
What is the difference between the TEAS 6 and the TEAS 5?
The TEAS 6 is the most updated version of the exam. The TEAS 5 is an old exam.
How long should I study for the TEAS?
This really depends on person to person. We recommend giving yourself as much time as possible to start studying so that you give yourself enough time. However, we have seen plenty of people pass with as little as a week of studying.
What does ATI TEAS 6 stand for?
Test of Essential Academic Skills.
What sections are there?
Reading, Math, Science, and English and Language Usage.
How many questions are there in each section?
There is a Reading section that contains 53 questions that are timed for 64 minutes. The Mathematics section consists of 36 questions that are timed for 54 minutes. The Science section of the TEAS exam has 53 questions and are timed for 63 minutes. Finally, the English and Language Usage section has 28 questions which are timed for 28 minutes.
Can you still pass the teas test without taking your A&P classes?
Our practice test pack comes with in-depth answer explanations that do not assume you have taken an A&P class before. Everything is broken down like you are learning the information for the first time.
What functions are included on the calculator?
You are able to use a basic four-function calculator. This consists of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.
If you take this test for one school can scores be used to get into another school?
This depends on your schools. You will have to contact all the schools you are going to apply to in order to find out if they will accept your scores.
What kinds of topics are tested in each section?
Interpret the meaning of words and phrases using context
Identify information from a printed communication
Evaluate and integrate data from multiple sources
Recognize the structure of texts in various formats
Follow a given set of directions
Summarizing a complex text
Infer the logical conclusion from a reading selection
Distinguishing between fact and opinion
Use evidence from the text to make predictions and inferences, and draw conclusions about a piece of writing
Identify the topic, main idea, and supporting details
Citing evidence to support inferences/conclusions/claims
Compare and contrast themes from print and other sources
Evaluate the author’s point of view in a given text.
Evaluate the author’s purpose in a given text
Recognize events in a sequence
Evaluate an argument and its specific
Identify information from a graphic
Identify primary sources
Solve real-world problems involving percentages
Apply estimation strategies and rounding rules to real-world problems
Solve real-world problems involving proportions
Solve real-world problems involving ratios and rates
Calculate geometric quantities
Convert within and between standard and metric systems
Convert among fractions, decimals, and percentages
Operations with rational numbers
Interpret information from graphics
Evaluate information in graphics using statistics
Explain the relationship between variables
Translate phrases and sentences into expressions, equations, and inequalities
Compare and order rational numbers
Solve real-world multi-step problems.
General anatomy and physiology
Chromosomes, genes, and DNA
Mendel’s laws of heredity
Basic Atomic structure
Properties of substances
States of Matter
Scientific Measurements/lab tools
Critique scientific explanations
Relationships among events, objects, and processes
Analyze the design of scientific investigation
English Language and Usage
Use conventions of standard English punctuation
Use conventions of standard English spelling
Analyze various sentence structures
Use grammar to enhance clarity in writing
Distinguish between formal and informal language
Apply basic knowledge of the elements of the writing process
Develop a well-organized paragraph
Use context clues to determine the meaning of unknown words and phrases
Determine the meaning of words by analyzing word parts
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