TEAS English & Language Usage Practice Test
The English & Language Usage section of TEAS challenges your grammatical and sentence structure skills, as well as your ability to make predictions based on passages. To help you prepare for this section of the TEAS, this page contains everything you need to know, including what topics are covered, how many questions there are, and how you can study effectively.
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What’s on the TEAS English Section?
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Who takes the TEAS?
Students who are interested in nursing and allied health programs take the TEAS exam to gain admission into the program. It’s common for schools to require TEAS scores as a prerequisite, so students are encouraged to learn more about their program’s eligibility requirements.
How many questions are on the TEAS English and Language Usage exam?
The English & Language Usage section contains 37 questions, four of which are “pretest” questions which have no effect on your final score.
How long is the TEAS English and Language Usage exam?
Students will have 37 minutes to complete the 37 questions on the English & Language Usage section.
What is a passing TEAS English and Language Usage score?
Students are encouraged to learn more about their program’s score requirements because Assessment Technologies Institute (ATI) does not determine the pass/fail score. After taking the TEAS, students will receive a total score, which is the accumulative score of all 4 sections of the exam. Students will also receive the separate scores for each section. It’s common for the programs to require students to earn a total score of at least 60%-70%. Nursing programs across the country are highly competitive, so students are encouraged to score higher than the program’s minimum score requirement.
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