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TEAS Test Prep

Six 2-hour sessions

Helping nursing school applicants prepare for the Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS)

After building a solid foundation for grammar and reading comprehension, the sessions move to multiple-choice tests to prepare the student for exam day.

  • Critical Reading Overview (understanding how to approach the various passage types, perform a focused reading to target the correct answers, and avoid common traps)
  • English & Language Usage Overview
  • Identifying Basic Parts of Speech (creating a firm foundation for grammar discussions)
  • Building the Sentence (understanding valid sentence structures, upgrading writing, and correcting errors; how to use the semicolon, em dash, colon, and more)
  • Avoiding Common Writing Mistakes (how to identify and correct them)
  • Mastering Quotation Marks (how to use them in various contexts)
  • Breaking Down the Pronoun (me vs. I, who vs. whom, that vs. which, myself, and more)
  • Understanding Confused and Misused Words (concentrating on those frequently tested)
  • Grasping More Grammar Goodies (subject-verb agreement, pronoun-antecedent agreement, compound subjects, compound verbs, collective nouns, appositives, essential and non-essential adjective clauses, linking verbs)
  • Appreciating the Nitty-Gritty of Punctuation (the Oxford comma, hyphenation, compound adjectives, not only/but also)
  • Distinguishing between Possessive Form and Plural (knowing the difference and how to form them)
  • Grasping the Gerund (how to use it properly)
  • Understanding Conjunctive Adverbs (grouping them, knowing how to use them correctly)
  • Reviewing Tests (exploring wrong and uncertain answers to learn from mistakes)

TEAS-Specific Concepts:

  • Knowing Key Terminology
  • Reading Charts and Graphs
  • Using Prefixes, Suffixes, and Latin Roots to Determine Word Definitions
  • Understanding Structures and Types of Text
  • Distinguishing Reference Materials
  • Mastering Synonyms, Antonyms, Homophones, and Homographs

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