2021 Edition

TEAS VI Practice Test


Take this free practice test to see what type of questions are on the Test of Essential Academic Skills VI (TEAS VI).  The TEAS VI is used as an admission exam for nursing schools. It covers such subjects as science, math, English and reading comprehension.

To help pass the actual TEAS VI check out the 1,250 question TEAS VI Practice Test.

 

1. Jack and his friends are collecting cans for the food bank. Thus far, they have collected 1500 cans. Jack has collected 60 percent of the cans. Marcia has collected 25 percent of the cans. How many cans have their other friends collected thus far?
2. Solve 3/4 + 1/3 =
3. The arrow is pointing to the _______________________ .
4. What role does DNA play in the S phase of the cell cycle?
5. Solve 4 + (-3)*2 =
6. Casey walked 2.1 miles to the grocery store. She then walked 0.5 miles to the post office and 0.8 miles to work. How far did she walk in total? Convert your answer into kilometers.
7. What does the pH scale measure?
8. Prime time is the slot when most households are watching television. Like popular series and documentaries.  

Identify the answer below that corrects the fragment.
9. Solve 5²*3 + 40 =
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10. Solve and convert your answer into a mixed number: 3.5 + 0.25 -1.00 =
11. Which system of the human body is responsible for ensuring that nutrients are delivered to all organs and tissues?
12. An integer is a number that is a fraction.
13. If "x" is equal to 6, what is the value of the following expression? y = 2x + 9x + 3
14. A controlled experiment can only test _____.
15. The passageway that is used for food and for breathing is the:
16. Which of the following is NOT considered part of the central nervous system?
17. Which of the following is the basis of the ocean's food chain?
18. Animals cells are many times the size of bacterial cells. Approximately how much larger are they?
19. Choose the correct way of writing the following sentence:
Ilene stewart has lived in the same house on howard Street in Hobart Wisconsin for 26 years
20. Use the following passage to answer questions 20-23.

The Vardez family went on a cruise last year. Their ship, The Golden Sun, left from Miami on a Tuesday. They stopped in Key West on Thursday before heading to the Bahamas. The ship docked in Cococay on Saturday and Nassau on Monday. Finally, the ship sailed to New York City. They arrived on Friday and flew back to Miami that day. The exhausted family was happy to be home.

How many ports of call inside the U.S. did the Vardez family visit?
21. How long was the cruise overall?
22. Did the Vardez family enjoy their vacation?
23. Where did the Vardez family spend the majority of their vacation?
24. Choose the answer that corrects the error with a comma, semicolon, dash or colon. 

The weather I believe is hot in Florida.
25. Describe the correlation between height and hair length.
26. Answer questions 26-28 using the information contained in the following passage.

The horse has long held a place in the mythology of almost every culture. Horses were first depicted in caveman paintings more than 32,000 years ago, but they were not domesticated until approximately 6,000 years ago. The horse was first domesticated in Kazakhstan by the Botai people. It was not long before horses were being used as a means of transportation and as a beast of burden. They soon became far more than just another way to get around, however, as a special bond quickly sprang up between horses and their handlers that still exists to this day. Horses have a special partnership with man, and that is why they are still so popular.

What is the main idea of this passage?
27. How long ago were horses domesticated?
28. Who first domesticated the horse?
29. Find the area of the shaded region.
30. Find the value of "y" in the following expression, assuming that "x" is equal to three: 3y = 6x + 3x + 36

TEAS V Practice Test

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Science
Anne Austin
is an adjunct instructor at Ventura College teaching biology and human anatomy courses and was formerly on the faculty of the North Carolina State University and the University of Houston teaching anatomy and biology. Anne holds a Master of Science degree from East Tennessee University.


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Math
Adel Arshaghi, MS
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Lydia Wieberg
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English
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Reading
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