# TEAS Practice Test

Prepare for your test with realistic questions.

Welcome to the free TEAS practice test page!

Click the “Start Test” button above to begin our free TEAS practice test! These TEAS practice questions will give you a better idea of what to study on your exam.

## TEAS Practice Tests by Subject

If you need some extra practice in a specific subject, click one of the subjects below to get started on a subject-specific TEAS 7 practice test.

## New Question Types on the TEAS 7

On the TEAS 6, multiple-choice questions were the only type of questions you were given. This has changed on the TEAS 7. The TEAS 7 features four new question types in addition to multiple-choice:

Multiple-Choice
Multiple-choice questions provide four answer choices, with only one option available to select as the correct answer. In addition to text, some questions include charts, exhibits, and graphics.

Simplify the following expression: $7+16-\left(5+6×3\right)-10×2$

Multiple-Select
Multiple-select questions provide four or more answer choices, and more than one answer choice may be correct. For these questions, a prompt appears, asking you to “select all that apply.” To correctly answer a question, you must select all correct answers. If you select any incorrect answer choices and/or do not select all of the correct answer choices, that question is scored as incorrect; no partial credit is given.

Which of the following transitional words or phrases can be used to indicate contrast? (Select all that apply.)

Complete the sentence:

Lisa has $40, and each case of cola costs$3.50, so she can buy a total of cases of cola.

Hot Spot
Hot spot questions provide an image containing between two and five clickable areas. You must click on the area of the image that correctly answers the question.

Select the hot spot that contains the correct answer.

Mariah is numbering the points of a pentagon from 1 to 5. She labels the top point as point 1 and continues clockwise. Which of the following would Mariah label as point 3?

Ordered Response
Ordered response questions require you to correctly order a set of given responses. Each question provides between four and six responses, and you must drag each option from a box on the left to a box on the right. If any response option is out of order, the entire question is scored as incorrect; no partial credit is given.

Arrange the following elements in order from least reactive to most reactive:

Oxygen
Neon
Fluorine
Tin

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## How the TEAS is Scored

The good news is there is no defined way to “pass” the TEAS. Because the exam is used purely as an evaluative tool, meant to gauge how well you’ll be able to handle nursing school curriculum, what qualifies you as “passing” the exam is ultimately up to the programs you’re planning to apply to.

You will have access to your scores within 48 hours of your testing date. As it stands, the TEAS splits its scores into sections. Each question category has its own score, as well as the test sections themselves, alongside one big score compiled from your scores on the test sections. Once your scores are released, they’ll go to your nursing program of choice.

*Total and Content Area scores are adjusted to account for differences across forms (different versions of the TEAS exam).

### TEAS Score Requirements

To give you an idea of how varied the score requirements can be from school to school, here are a few examples of the TEAS score requirements from different schools across the country:

College/UniversityTEAS Score Requirements
University of Texas Austin65%
University of Houston60%
Indiana University65%
Georgia College70%
University of New Mexico58.7%
University of San Diego80%
University of Central Florida78%
West Coast University58.7%
Math: 73%
Science: 50%
English: 66.7%
North Virginia Community College70%
Harford Community College58.7%
Collin College65%

## Practice for the TEAS the Best Way

### How to Study Effectively

When studying for your TEAS test, you not only want to set aside plenty of time, but you also want to be sure that during that time, you are studying in the most effective way.
How can you know if your study time is effective? Well, one of the best ways to ensure your time is being used effectively is by taking a free TEAS practice test. Practice tests allow you to gauge how prepared you are for the actual test.

Taking a TEAS sample test will also show you exactly which areas are your weakest, which can help you know which areas to study further.
After you take a TEAS practice test, ask yourself the following questions:

• Which TEAS questions did I miss?
• Were there questions I was unsure of, even though I got them right?
• Which questions were hard to understand and took the longest?

When you ask yourself these questions, it will help expose the areas that you struggle with the most so that you know which areas need more attention during your study time. It may also be helpful for you to pinpoint exactly why you struggled with specific questions. Did you find the material hard to comprehend? Were you unfamiliar with some of the words and their meanings? Should you spend more time practicing a specific type of TEAS question to familiarize yourself and build speed? Really try using these questions to uncover any limitations as you continue to work through the material.

TEAS practice tests also often contain portions that expound on each answer choice. These are known as answer explanations or answer rationales. While this is a great source of extra information, be cautious not to read through the explanation and, because it makes sense, assume that you understand the entire concept in depth. It may be that the explanation only expounds on a narrow portion of a very broad topic, so be sure to review and dig into each topic that the question is referencing until you have a comfortable grasp of it.

### Comprehend Each Topic

Another reason to make sure that you have a thorough understanding of each topic is because the TEAS practice test is simply practice. If you try to rely on having the questions from the TEAS sample test memorized, you may be making things harder on yourself.

The odds that you have the exact same questions on your test are probably pretty low, so if you only know the right answers on the practice test, but you don’t know why each answer is the right answer, then you may not do as well as you hope. Thoroughly study each concept until you have comprehended it. This is the best way to guarantee success on the actual TEAS test.

### Don’t Become Overwhelmed

Try not to overwhelm yourself as you study. If you jump into taking a practice test before even looking at the study material, this can cause you to feel discouraged.

Practice tests are meant to be taken after you have done the hard work of studying and are ready to test yourself on your ability to recall it.

The day that you take the actual TEAS test, you will be expected to be able to answer the TEAS questions, have mastered test-taking time management, and apply all the strategies that you have learned. That is a lot to expect.

Keep in mind that you aren’t just preparing for a one-time test; you’re preparing for your long-term future. That being said, be sure to pace yourself. If you do this, you will be ready on TEAS test day.

## Other TEAS Practice Resources

As you prepare, it may be helpful to use different types of resources to help you study. Mometrix offers all the help you need. At the top of this page, you can find links to TEAS practice tests, study guides, flashcards, and more. We also offer several videos helping to further explain complex topics.

## TEAS Test Online Prep Course

If you want to be fully prepared, Mometrix offers an online TEAS prep course designed to give you everything you need to succeed!

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• 106 Review Lessons Covering Every Topic
• Over 2,650 TEAS Practice Questions
• 200+ Video Tutorials
• 310+ Digital Flashcards
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## TEAS Practice Methods

Try using the following methods, as you begin taking practice tests:

1. Remove Limitations. Try taking the TEAS practice test without time limitations, open notes, and with TEAS study guide in hand. Obviously, try not to depend on these resources but have them available.
2. Time Yourself. When you take the second practice test, keep all of the same resources, but time yourself to practice learning how to pace yourself for the test.
3. Simulate Test Day. After taking the first two TEAS practice tests, take every other practice test as if it is test day. Time yourself, eliminate all outside resources, sit at a desk, and pretend like you are at the actual testing facility. Do the best that you can to answer the questions correctly and in a timely manner.
4. Keep Practicing. After you have finished simulating test day, keep practicing. The more you practice, the more comfortable and confident you will be on test day.

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## FAQs

### Do I need to bring a calculator with me?

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No, a four-function calculator will be provided if you are taking an in-person exam. If you are taking the computer version of the exam, a drop-down calculator will be embedded in the exam.

### Can you use scratch paper on the TEAS?

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Yes, you will be permitted to use a blank sheet of paper during the exam. Your paper must be blank before the exam begins, and you cannot use your scratch paper during any breaks.

### How is the TEAS scored?

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The TEAS is scored using a combination of your total score and content area scores for each section of the exam. Since the exam is used purely for evaluation purposes, there isn’t technically a set passing score—the score you need will depend on which school/program you apply for.

### When will I get my TEAS results?

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Depending on the school, you will generally receive your TEAS scores as soon as you complete the exam. In some cases, you will receive your scores 48 hours after taking the exam. Contact the school or testing center to find out what their permissions are.

### How long will schools accept my ATI TEAS 6 exam scores?

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Because scores from both the TEAS 6 and TEAS 7 exams are equated, schools are just as likely to accept your TEAS 6 score as they are a TEAS 7 score. That is, if you have taken the TEAS 6, you should not have to also take the TEAS 7. For the most accurate information for your school, contact the school’s administration; they will provide you with the details you need to know.

### How much is the TEAS test?

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If you get the score your school is looking for or above, congratulations! If you don’t do as well as you hoped, you have the option to retest. This will cost the same amount as your initial taking of the exam, which is $60-$140, depending on the location. You may also have to pay another fee for any extra schools you wish to ship your scores to. We urge you to keep in mind that certain programs may have limits on the number of retests.

### How many times can I take the TEAS exam?

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How many times you can take the TEAS exam depends on the school’s requirements. On average, you are allowed to take the exam three times per year. How long you are required to wait between testing attempts will also depend on the school’s requirements.

### How do I prepare for the ATI TEAS Version 7?

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Whether this is your first time taking the test or one of several, we strive to provide you with all of the tools you’ll need to study to the best of your ability. This is why we have put together thorough resources to help you prepare; whether the online TEAS Prep Course, the TEAS test study guide, or the TEAS flashcards. We at Mometrix Test Preparation care about your success and want to see you progress toward the nursing career of your dreams.

Good luck, and study hard!

By Kate Nockunas

Kate has been Mometrix’s Nursing and Medical Editor for over four years. She has a bachelor’s degree in Communications from Vanderbilt University, a bachelor’s degree in Nursing from Marymount University, and a master’s degree in Education from Johns Hopkins. Kate is a critical care registered nurse who still works occasionally in the ICU and PACU.

by Mometrix Test Preparation | Last Updated: September 9, 2024