Need an ATI TEAS study plan? Awesome! 🙌 In this post, I’m going show you how to create yours using a free tool called Trello.
This board is fully customizable and follows the Prenursing Smarter Study System: Learn, Memorize, Apply, Strategize. You’ll see exactly what to study for the ATI TEAS.
Hundreds of pre-nursing students have already grabbed their copy of this free TEAS study plan, so don’t miss out! Grab your TEAS study plan here. Then, follow these three easy steps.
How to Create a ATI TEAS Study Plan
Step 1: Make a copy of this Trello board “Prenursing Smarter TEAS Study Plan.”
Click this link to visit the TEAS Study Plan template. Next, you’ll make a copy on your own Trello account.
If you don’t already have a Trello account, you’ll need to create one. Trello is a free product management platform that is separate from Prenursing Smarter.
Step 2: Pick your Trello settings.
Set your board to private, if you so choose. Or share your board! I love to see TEAS study plans in action!
You can keep your plan private. Once you create your copy of this template, you can set your board to “Private.” To access your plan, you’ll need to sign into your Trello account.
Step 3: Invite a friend and study together!
Do you have a pre-nursing study buddy? Invite them to your board! Click “Invite” and create a shareable link or invite them via email.
You can also show me how your TEAS prep is going on Instagram @prenursingsmarter or send me a quick email! I LOVE seeing you succeed!
Step 4: Pick your method: To-do list or Calendar
This template has columns already build for “To Do,” “Doing” and “Done.” You can move the task cards into columns to track lessons you are working on.
You can also scroll to the bottom of the “To Do” column to get monthly calendar options.
You can also put due dates on your cards and sync this with your Google calendar!
Step 5: Study smarter!
This Trello board is designed to work with my online TEAS Prep program, but you can use it to help you structure your studying even if you don’t enroll.
Hint: If a lesson has a video or audio lesson with it, then it’s very important to know for the TEAS!
You’ll also see exact topics to review, and you can use review topics with any guide you chose. I hope it helps you stay organized and on track with your ATI TEAS prep!
What to study for the TEAS exam
ATI TEAS Prep Questions and Answers (FAQ)
The short version is whatever score gets you into your program! A score between 78% and 90% often qualifies a student as Advanced. A score above an 80% is often a competitive score for most nursing programs. Impacted and selective programs often require a ATI TEAS score closer to – or exceeding – 85%.
The one that works for you! Find out what is the best TEAS study guide for you based on your target score, timeline, and skill level. We also have this guide to show you how to pick the best TEAS study guide for you.
Check out this quick quiz and find out what is the best TEAS study guide for you based on your target score, timeline, and skill level.
For many students, it’s the time pressure. The TEAS Reading section is often the hardest section to improve a low score. For many students, the TEAS science section and the TEAS English section are the best sections to focus on in order to improve a low TEAS score.
Here are free TEAS study guides for every section of the ATI TEAS.
Take Your TEAS Prep to the Next Level
These resources can help you prepare with your new ATI TEAS study plan:
Here’s what on Prenursing Smarter student said about the TEAS prep plan:
“I bought your program at the end of May. I took my TEAS today and endued up with an 85.3% — I needed an 85 for guaranteed admission into my program next year. To say a weight has been lifted off of me is an understatement. If not for your program, I’m fairly certain I’d have scored in the 60s – 70s maaaaybe with a lot of prep. I got an 96% on math just because I had extra time! My science section was rough…but because I knew high-value concepts, I bought myself some extra room to struggle. Thank you thank you thank you!”
Kate is a CRLA certified tutor and test prep expert. She founded Prenursing Smarter in 2017. Kate lives in sunny Southern California and is an enrolled member of the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe (Mnikȟówožu Lakȟóta). Prenursing Smarter is an inclusive business and actively seeks opportunities to collaborate with and support diverse voices.