The proctored TEAS® measures basic essential skills in the academic content area domains of reading, mathematics, science and English. The test is intended for use primarily with adult nursing program applicant populations. Each question on the TEAS® test is mapped to 1 of 115 objectives, all of which address topics presented in grades 7 through 12. The objectives assessed are those which nurse educators deem most appropriate and relevant to measure entry-level skills and abilities of nursing program applicants.
Los Angeles Career College has over 13 years experience in teaching medical, nursing and allied health providers. To assure your success, Los Angeles Career college employs instructors specializing in each particular subject matter. Our English instructor, who will focus on information needed to improve your score on reading, assessment and English Language Usage, which constitutes 48% of TEAS® exam is masters prepared from Harvard University. An instructor who received her Masters Degree from Yale University in mathematics teaches mathematics, which is 20% of your TEAS® Exam. During your TEAS® tutoring session she will focus on operations, measurements, data interpretation and algebra. Essential information is needed to pass your TEAS® Test – Math and Science are sections receiving the lowest score. Scientific reasoning, human body science, earth, physical and life science is 32% of the Science section of your TEAS® test. Our tutor for science is Masters Prepared and will focus on specific information needed to pass your exam. Our team of expert tutors conducts each course in a fun and friendly environment making it easy to remember with full of content information relevant to your TEAS® test. What are you waiting for? Register for your TEAS® Test Tutoring Session today!
Reading and Assessment (Individual)
We will skillfully teach you how to identify the features of narrative, expository, technical, and persuasive writing as well as equip you with the essential skills needed to interpret the content presented in a written work. During this session participants practice on questions related to paragraph and passage comprehension, as well as informational source comprehension. In paragraph and passage comprehension questions, participants practice reading in the given text and answer questions related to that text.
- Using decimals, denominator, fractions, numerators, percent, place value, whole numbers.
- Solving world problems
- Estimation/Rounding strategies
- Getting clues from tables/charts/graphs
- Explaining relationships between two variables
- Geometric quantities
- Human Anatomy and Physiology
- Compare/ Contrasting chromosomes/genes/DNA
- Atomic Structure
- Chemical Reactions
- Critique a scientific explanation
- Analyzing scientific investigations