The TEAS test covers every subject a student will be expected to know before entering nursing school. These subjects have already been covered in middle school or high school classes so studying for the test can be seen as a review of information you have likely seen at one more but need a refresher on.
The test is 170 questions and is divided into 4 main sections: Reading, Math, Science, and English/Language. You are given 3 1/2 hours to complete the exam.
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The Reading portion contains 53 questions (47 scored, 6 unscored which are placed randomly) . You are given 64 minutes to complete this section. It is divided into three main sections:
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The Math portion contains 36 questions (32 scored, 4 unscored which are placed randomly) . You are given 54 minutes to complete this section. It is divided into two main sections:
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The Science portion contains 53 questions (47 scored, 6 unscored which are placed randomly) . You are given 63 minutes to complete this section. It is divided into three main sections:
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The English and Language Usage portion contains 28 questions (24 scored, 4 unscored which are placed randomly) . You are given 28 minutes to complete this section. It is divided into three main sections:
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