When preparing for the ATI TEAS, it can be difficult to navigate the four sections of the test. Each section of the ATI TEAS measures a variety of skills and comprehension. The best way to prepare and pass the ATI TEAS is to first identify what is on the test, take a free diagnostic ATI TEAS test, and determine your weaknesses in each section so you can create a study plan. Watch the video below to find out everything you need to know to pass the English section of the ATI TEAS.
Things to know about the ATI TEAS English Section
There are 28 questions on the ATI TEAS English portion of the test and you have 28 minutes to complete the section.
Your scores are available immediately.
If you finish a section of the test early, you can go to the next section. However, your unused time does not carry over to other sections.
You can go back to a question at a later time during the test, but only within the same subject section.
Plan to be at the testing site 30 minutes early.
What’s On the ATI TEAS English Section?
- Terminal Punctuation
- Internal Punctuation
- Nouns and Pronouns
- Verbs and Adverbs
- Prepositions and Conjunctions
- Types of Sentences
- Types of Clauses
- Formal and Informal Language
- Vocabulary Acquisition
- Context Clues
- Multiple Meaning Words
What To Know for the ATI TEAS
- Take the English section of the ATI TEAS seriously. Due to the fact that there are fewer questions, each question is weighed more in your section score.
- Practice spelling the commonly misspelled words such as accommodate, embarrass, scissors, viscous, receive, vacuum.
- The “Rules” such as: I before E except after C and when to drop the final E.