PossibiliTEAS Exam Review Session
During this test-taking tutorial, you will:
- Learn test-taking best practices
- Review content areas
- Reading, including questions on the integration of knowledge and ideas
- Math, including measurements, numbers, and algebra
- Science, including Human anatomy and physiology, life sciences, and scientific reasoning
- English and language usage, including knowledge of language and vocabulary
- Create a personal TEAS Exam action plan
Tackling the TEAS: Practice Groups
What is Tackling the TEAS? It’s a free TEAS practice exam event! And the best part is, if you pass, it counts, and you are done, my friend. If you don’t pass, you have learned what taking the test is like IRL.
Taking the TEAS
To receive ADA accommodations for the TEAS exam, applicants need to provide documentation explaining their disability along with specific diagnostic codes. The documentation must also explain, in detail, the connection to the requested accommodations.
Documentation may take the form of a letter from a physician on their official letterhead, emailed directly to Mallory Martin. For testing, a physician may be a psychologist, therapist, or counselor.
For physical disabilities, such as visual impairments, only documentation from primary medical physicians will only be accepted. Individuals may also provide documentation from a previous school. This information must be given significantly in advance of the scheduled exam to allow for accommodations to be implemented.