One of the best ways to prep for the TEAS is to do a little bit every day. It’s the foundation of any great study plan, so here’s an easy way to study: daily free TEAS practice questions. Yay!
You’ll get one practice question every day for 30 days, plus study tips, resources, and a practice test at the end.
And if you’d like more details, we’ll cover them here, including why you need a daily TEAS study plan so that you can study smarter. Plus, a plan will make your TEAS prep waaaay less stressful.
What’s the deal with these TEAS practice questions?
Every day, for 30 days, you’ll get a free TEAS practice question delivered straight to your inbox. The questions are all multiple choice.
In order to get the answer, you simply click the unique link in each email. This gives you a little time to reflect on the answer and practice your TEAS test-taking skills.
Even better, the answer page will help set up your TEAS studying for that topic. When you get the answer, you’ll also get links to other Prenursing Smarter study material that can help you with that topic.
You’ll find a variety of TEAS study tools, including free TEAS flashcards and TEAS Quizlet study sets.
You can join at any time and go at your own pace.
You’ll also get a midterm and practice exam so that you can easily review all the material. By the way, the midterm is unlocked for you after 2 weeks, and you’ll get access to the final exam at the end of your month.
How can daily TEAS practice questions help you?
One of the biggest challenges for studying for the TEAS is simply finding the time to do so. Scoring higher on the TEAS is all about consistent, daily studying. I know it doesn’t sound glamorous, but it’s the truth!
Studying without stress is all about doing a little bit every day and staying focused.
A TEAS practice question a day can help you stay on track and build a consistent study habit. Even better, you don’t actually have to do any of the prep work. 🙂 Simply answer the question when it shows up in your inbox, and you’ve already started your study habit.
By the way, you might have learned about setting up habits in your psychology classes. In order to stick with a new habit, you need a cue. Some of us might be familiar with “bad” cues.
Of course, cues aren’t necessarily bad or good; it’s more about our response to them.
Cues we use for bad habits… 🙅
Feel bored or lonely = respond by scrolling social media
Have a bad interaction with friend or sweetie = respond by eating candy bar (or two)
Hear alarm clock = respond by automatically hitting the snooze button
Better cues for good habits…
Put your gym shoes out = respond by putting them on to go for a walk 👟 🥾
Keep healthy snacks visible = respond by eating more fruits and veggies 🍇 🥬
Set a study reminder for your TEAS prep = respond by more consistent studying 🤓 🎓
You know, I’m not able to help you go to the gym or eat better… but I can help you set a more consistent TEAS study habit! 🙂
So how can you use these TEAS practice questions to help you study smarter?
2. Open the email when you are ready for a few minutes of studying. Try your best to answer the question.
3. Use the resources included with each answer to build up your study toolbox. Spend 5 to 10 minutes working through the flashcards, for example.
4. Jot down the questions you are getting right and the questions you are missing. Are you noticing any patterns?
5. Gradually build the amount of time you carve out for studying. Maybe you start with 5 minutes. By the second week, you build to 10.
By the way, don’t forget to reward yourself! Right now, go ahead and plan a reward for when you get to the midterm and when you get to the final.
Give yourself a gold star, a guilt-free hour of Netflix, or a small treat from your favorite coffee shop. ⭐
Would you like a little sneak peek at what you’ll cover?
TEAS Practice Questions Reading
- How to find the logical conclusion in a passage
- Identifying the passage mode of a long passage
- Working with text features like a table of contents
TEAS Practice Questions Math
- Practice with ordering numbers, including with square roots, fractions, and decimals
- Converting decimals and percents (super important to do quickly on the TEAS!)
- Working with tricky word problems
TEAS Practice Questions Science
- Working with the bones of the appendicular and axial skeletons
- Ionic and covalent bonding questions
- Identifying monomers and macromolecules
TEAS Practice Questions English
- Identifying the subject of a sentence, specially with tricky grammar rules
- How to use commas with dependent and independent clauses
- Using medical terminology emphasized by the TEAS
Looking forward to helping you study smarter so that you can score higher.
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