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Free TEAS Practice Tests

TEAS Practice Tests

Our free TEAS practice tests will help you prepare for your upcoming exam – and get you into the nursing program of your choice!  Our sample questions simulate the actual TEAS test questions you will see on your exam.  Our sample exams require no registration, and include immediate scoring and answer explanations. 

Practice tests are an effective way to study for your nursing school entrance exams.  Our free ATI TEAS VI practice sample tests provide you with an opportunity to assess how well you are prepared for the actual test, and then concentrate on the areas you need to work on.

TEAS Practice Tests from Test-Guide.com

TEAS Reading Practice Tests

TEAS Reading Practice Test 1
TEAS Reading Practice Test 2
TEAS Reading Practice Test 3
TEAS Reading Practice Test 4
TEAS Reading Practice Test 5

TEAS Mathematics -  Note: The Math Tests are randomized, so please take the test multiple times.

TEAS Math Practice Test Pool 1
TEAS Math Practice Test Pool 2

TEAS English and Language UsageNote: The English Tests are randomized, so please take the test multiple times.

TEAS English Practice Test Pool 1
TEAS English Practice Test Pool 2

TEAS ScienceNote: The Science Tests are randomized, so please take the test multiple times.

TEAS Science Practice Test

Test-Guide.com's sample TEAS VI questions are the best way to prepare for your upcoming nursing school entrance exams.  Our sample tests require no registration... and are free! The questions are categorized based on the exam outline and are immediately scored at the end of the quiz.  Once you are finished with the quiz, you will be presented with a score report which includes a complete rationale (explanation) for every question you got wrong.  We will be adding more sample test questions in the near future, so please come back often.  If you like these practice questions, please make sure to like us on facebook!

For more info and study tools, see our infographic, video, and resource links below:

TEAS VI Practice Tests (Other Providers)

Resource # Questions Includes Explanations?
Tests.com Practice Test 30 No
WeHeartMath TEAS Practice Test Math Test (PDF)
Solution
34 Minimal
PracticeQuiz.com TEAS Sample Questions 144 Yes
TEAS Science Questions (Flashcard Format) 60 No

Other TEAS Study Resources

Resource  Provider
TEAS Study Guide (PDF) Testprep-online
Reading Comprehension Questions and Explanations ThoughtCo
TEAS Math Flashcards Quizlet
TEAS Science Flashcards Quizlet

For More Study Tools - see Test-Guide.com's Recommended TEAS Courses and Books to improve your scores.

Note: Test-Guide.com no longer recommends the ATI TEAS Study Manual (6th edition).  If you are looking for a TEAS practice test book, there are better ones available.

About the TEAS VI Exam

Review our infographic to learn how to pass your exam:

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What is on the TEAS TEST?

The ATI TEAS VI test is used by many schools as an admissions test for candidates seeking entrance into a nursing program.  The exam is similar in purpose to the SAT or ACT.  The exam is developed and administered by ATI. The test is intended to assess a candidate's aptitude in reading, math, science, and English and language usage.  Studies have shown that the TEAS test is an accurate predictor of early success in a nursing program.  The four subtests contain a total of 170 questions, of which only 150 are scored.  Candidates are given a total of 209 minutes to complete all four sections. Test-Guide.com provides a practice test for each of the subtest topics. The TEAS subtests are summarized below.

TEAS Reading

There are 53 total questions (47 scored and 6 pretest/not scored) in the TEAS Reading subtest and the test has a 64 minute time limit.  The main purpose of the test is to determine a student's reading comprehension abilities.  Students are presented with reading passages and asked questions to assess their ability to understand what they've read.  Questions will also be presented that require a student to interpret maps, labels, measuring tools, directions, and graphs.

TEAS Mathematics

There are a total of 36 questions (32 scored and 4 pretest/not scored) in the TEAS Math subtest.  Students are given 54 minutes to complete the section.  The areas covered by the math section are: number and algebra, and measurement and data.

TEAS Science

The TEAS Science subtest has a 63 minute time limit and contains 53 questions (47 scored and 6 pretest/not scored).  The TEAS Science subtest covers three main topics: human anatomy and physiology, life and physical science, and scientific reasoning.  The TEAS Science area can be one of the more challenging areas of the exam, especially if you have not taken any science courses recently.  Using our practice test for Science is a great way to familiarize yourself with the topic.

TEAS English and Language Usage

Students are given 28 minutes to answer the 28 questions (24 scored and 4 pretest/not scored) in the TEAS English and Language Usage subtest.  Topics covered in this subtest include: conventions of standard English, knowledge of language, and vocabulary acquisition.

TEAS Study Tips

Focus

Best way to prepare is to study smart:

  • Understand what’s on each of the four tests (math, reading, science, and English and language usage)
  • Focus on the material you’re not good at
  • Develop a flexible study schedule
  • Study when you are most alert

TIME

The TEAS VI is a timed exam.  To finish the exam, you  need to keep pace.  Answer each question in less than this amount of time:

  • Reading: 1 min 10 sec  (64 minutes for 53 questions)
  • Math: 1 min 30 sec (54 minutes for 36 questions)
  • Science: 1 min 10 sec (63 minutes for 53 questions)
  • English: 1 min (28 minutes for 28 questions)

PRACTICE

Practice makes perfect. Take as many practice exams as possible:

  • Fully understand all the questions you get wrong
  • Tackle one section of the exam at a time
  • Take exams with self-imposed time limits

Preparing for your exam with a free TEAS practice test is one of the best methods available.  Using practice exams has many benefits, including:

Focused study time – Students can get a sense of their strengths and weaknesses when they take many practice exams.  Many students mistakenly spend time practicing on areas that they are already strong on, and ignoring their weaker areas.

Improved timing - The TEAS VI exam is a timed test.  To achieve a high score, students must keep a steady pace.  Taking a practice exam in a timed format can improve decision making and time management. 

Enhanced problem solving - Tests like the TEAS assess your ability to solve problems, not just memorize information.  It is critical to have strong problem solving abilities to do well on the exam, especially the math areas.  Our practice exams include rationales in the score reports to help explain the correct answer.

Familiarity with test format - All standardized tests, including the TEAS, have their own unique way of presenting questions and answer choices.  You will gain more familiarity and comfort with the TEAS question style as you take more practice quizzes.  On the real exam day, there will be no surprises!

Test Day

Bring
  • Photo ID – license, passport or greencard
  • #2 Pencils – at least 2
  • ATI Login Info

Don't Bring

  • Additional clothes – including jackets, hats, and sunglasses
  • Personal items – including purses and backpacks
  • Electronics – no phones, calculators, digital or smart watches
  • Food/Drink – unless medically necessary

What to Expect

  • Calculators - are provided. 
  • Proctors – will monitor testing
  • Breaks – 10 minute break during math
  • Issues – raise your hand if you need to leave your seat, or for technical issues

FAQ

Are you allowed to use a calculator on the TEAS?

Yes, you are allowed to use a calculator on the exam - but you must use the calculator that the test center provides.  The calculator provided will be a simple four-function calculator.  You are not allowed to bring your own calculator or use your phone, smartwatch etc.

What is the composite score on the TEAS test?

Your score will be reported as a composite score, which is the average of your reading, math, science and English and language usage scores. You may take the exam multiple times.  If you do, your composite score will be based on your highest score in each area.

For more information, see our TEAS exam overview.

 The TEAS Test is a standardized exam used in the admissions process by many nursing programs in the U.S.  The exam is similar in purpose to the HESI.  Both the TEAS and HESI tests are only one factor that nursing schools use in their admissions processes, but it can be an important factor – so you should prepare and strive to do well on the test.  Using a Test-Guide.com free TEAS practice test is a great start!

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