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Test Prep Blog for the TEAS

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HESI® vs. TEAS: What’s the Difference?

HESI® vs. TEAS: What’s the Difference?

HESI® vs. TEAS: What’s the Difference? If you are applying to nursing school programs, you may be asked to take one of two common entrance exams: the Health Education Systems Incorporated (HESI) exam or the Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS). Many applicants apply to multiple programs and need to take both of these exams. They often wonder on which one they may perform better or about the similarities between the two exams. The Test Content The main difference between the HESI exam and the TEAS is the subject matter on which you will be tested. When you register to take the exam, ...
seven rights medication

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The Seven Rights of Medication Administration

Preventing medication errors is always a high priority. One third of ha…

angles transversal

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Formula Chart for the TEAS Mathematics and Science Tests

“Math and Science Aren’t Easy.” How many times have you thought the sam…

becoming a nurse what are the options

Test of Essential Academic Skills Blog

Becoming a Nurse: What Are Your Options?

When embarking on a new journey, the first question is usually, “When w…

components of blood

Test of Essential Academic Skills Blog

Components of Blood

What is Blood? Making up around 7 to 8 percent of your body weight, bl…

math you need to know for t e a s

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Math You Need to Know for the TEAS® Exam

The TEAS math section covers your knowledge of high school mathematics.…

nursing writing

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Reading, Language Use, and Nursing?

I want to be a nurse, not an English major. When you were younger, you…

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