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McGraw-Hill's Nursing School Entrance Exams

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McGraw-Hill's Nursing School Entrance Exams

This could be the only book you need to prepare for the TEAS exam.  Each chapter contains two practice tests covering all of the basic concepts needed for nursing school. You can take the practice tests to see where you need the most help. Then spend more time on those issues.

TEAS consists of English, Reading, Math and Science. The most difficult sections for most people are usually the Reading and Math sections. The test focuses on math problems such as decimals, percentages, Fahrenheit/Celsius, KGs/LBs and fractions.

Know about graphs and charts, and how to calculate the areas of circle, triangles, cubes, squares. Know your Pythagorean theorem, comparing fractions and simple percentages of numbers.

In the sciences, for Chemistry study sub-atomic particles, isotopes, acids and bonding. Know Mendeleev's Table and some common element symbols.

Know how to calculate speeds, mode, electricity, mode, the definition of melting and evaporation.

Know some basic anatomy like the stomach and trachea. Know your directions, North, South, East, West.

Memorize some of the definitions in the book, lik what "autotropism" is.

Read the reviews at Amazon.com when you click the graphic above. This will help show you where to focus for the test.


Other Nursing Books

Inside the ICU: A Nursing Perspective (Intensive Care Unit)

Saunders Comprehensive Review for the NCLEX-RNŽ Examination (Saunders Comprehensive Review for Nclex-Rn)