## The "ATI TEAS" - The TEAS VI - The TEAS 6

There are plenty of video tutorials here to help you tackle the math portion of the TEAS test. Click on the links to jump to that section of this page.

- Goal Based Videos - These videos correlate nicely to the goals and objectives given by ATI.
- Mixed Review Videos - These problems are not identical, but similar to what you will see on the mathematics section quiz in the ATI Study Manual. Use these for extra practice.
- Free MATH Practice Test - The answers and video solutions are also located here.
- Math Tips Videos - These are video tutorial requests from viewers like you.

- To request a video tutorial, click here.
- To see a list of upcoming tutorials, click here.
- To request private tutoring, click here.
- Need help with the reading section? Check out Carolyn McAllister on YouTube!

- The ATI TEAS, being released August 31, 2016, will allow for the use of a four function calculator. Please do not bring your own calculator as a calculator will be embedded within the online version of the exam. For paper pencil versions of the TEAS test, the testing center will provide a four-function calculator.

- The NEW Study Guide can be purchased here.
- There have been some "typos" in the Study Guide (the red cover, not the gray cover). Get the corrections here.
- Practice tests from ATI can be purchased here.

## Math Video Tutorials Based on Goals and Objectives in the ATI Study Guide

Introduction Video - This video covers some questions you may have about the new ATI TEAS Test and also addresses how we will go on this "journey" together.

M.1.1 - Fractions, Decimals and Percents - Based on the first goal in the Official ATI Study Guide, we will look at how to convert back and forth between fractions, decimals, and percents.

M.1.2 - Order of Operations - Parenthesis, Exponents, Multiplication, Division, Addition, Subtraction.... PEMDAS... Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally...

M.1.3 - Putting Rational Numbers in Order - Use the calculator to quickly convert fractions to decimals to assist in putting rational numbers in order. Think about MONEY!

M.1.4 - Solving Equations - Solve for x, or whatever other variable there may be in the equation. Remember, the variable is a number. Get that variable by itself.

M.1.5 - Real World Problems - There are two examples covered in this video.

M.1.6 - Real World Percent Problems - Three examples are discussed here.

M.1.7 - Estimation and Rounding - Place value, rounding, and estimating. Take note of the common mistakes that students make when rounding. That and more are discussed here.

M.1.8 - Real World Proportions - Three examples are covered in this video. I also discuss alternative ways of solving proportions.

M.1.9 - Ratios and Rates - Miles per hour. Dollar's per hour. Gigabytes per month. Check out this video for examples of ratios and rates.

M.1.10 - Translating Word Problems - Increased, decreased, at most, at least, is more than... there are lots of key words to look out for when translating sentences into expressions, equations, and inequalities.

M.2.1 - Charts, Tables, and Graphs - Looking at data and presenting data. Tables list data and we can use charts and graphs to visually show the same information.

M.2.2 - Statistics and Analyzing Graphs - Mean, median, mode, distribution shapes, and trends.

M.2.3 - The Relationship Between Two Variables - Covariance and correlation are different, but for the sake of the TEAS test, think of them as being the same (sort of). Be sure to check out the websites that I refer to in this video for more examples as well.

M.2.4 - Geometry - Area and Perimeter. Please feel free to provide feedback on this video after you take the TEAS exam, explaining the useful formulas to know for the TEAS test. As of making this video, I believe circles, rectangles, and triangles are the main ones to know.

M.2.5 - Standard and Metric Conversions - In America, we are used to feet, gallons, and pounds. This is the standard measuring system. The majority of the world uses the metric system (grams, meters, liters). We can use proportions and conversions factors to convert between these two measuring systems.

M.1.1 - Fractions, Decimals and Percents - Based on the first goal in the Official ATI Study Guide, we will look at how to convert back and forth between fractions, decimals, and percents.

M.1.2 - Order of Operations - Parenthesis, Exponents, Multiplication, Division, Addition, Subtraction.... PEMDAS... Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally...

M.1.3 - Putting Rational Numbers in Order - Use the calculator to quickly convert fractions to decimals to assist in putting rational numbers in order. Think about MONEY!

M.1.4 - Solving Equations - Solve for x, or whatever other variable there may be in the equation. Remember, the variable is a number. Get that variable by itself.

M.1.5 - Real World Problems - There are two examples covered in this video.

M.1.6 - Real World Percent Problems - Three examples are discussed here.

M.1.7 - Estimation and Rounding - Place value, rounding, and estimating. Take note of the common mistakes that students make when rounding. That and more are discussed here.

M.1.8 - Real World Proportions - Three examples are covered in this video. I also discuss alternative ways of solving proportions.

M.1.9 - Ratios and Rates - Miles per hour. Dollar's per hour. Gigabytes per month. Check out this video for examples of ratios and rates.

M.1.10 - Translating Word Problems - Increased, decreased, at most, at least, is more than... there are lots of key words to look out for when translating sentences into expressions, equations, and inequalities.

M.2.1 - Charts, Tables, and Graphs - Looking at data and presenting data. Tables list data and we can use charts and graphs to visually show the same information.

M.2.2 - Statistics and Analyzing Graphs - Mean, median, mode, distribution shapes, and trends.

M.2.3 - The Relationship Between Two Variables - Covariance and correlation are different, but for the sake of the TEAS test, think of them as being the same (sort of). Be sure to check out the websites that I refer to in this video for more examples as well.

M.2.4 - Geometry - Area and Perimeter. Please feel free to provide feedback on this video after you take the TEAS exam, explaining the useful formulas to know for the TEAS test. As of making this video, I believe circles, rectangles, and triangles are the main ones to know.

M.2.5 - Standard and Metric Conversions - In America, we are used to feet, gallons, and pounds. This is the standard measuring system. The majority of the world uses the metric system (grams, meters, liters). We can use proportions and conversions factors to convert between these two measuring systems.

## TEAS 6 MATH Mixed Review Videos

Similar to questions in the Mathematics Section Quiz of the ATI TEAS Study Manual

If you would like a PDF format of the questions and solutions, click here.

- Part 1 - This covers more examples of fractions, decimals, and percents that are similar to the first 4 questions in the math section review quiz in the ATI TEAS Study Manual.
- Part 2 - More equations and word problems are covered in this tutorial.
- Part 3 - Word problems involving percents and proportions.
- Part 4 - Ratio and money word problems.
- Part 5 - Scatter plots, time series graphs, independent variables and dependent variables.
- Part 6 - Mean, median, mode, and range. We will also discuss positive and negative correlation.
- Part 7 - Geometry with the area of a semicircle and a rectangle in a Norman Window. A money problem is discussed as well.
- Part 8 - Metric and US Measurements are used in a word problem.
- Part 9 - Fractions, Decimals Percents, Order of Operations and Some Square Root Tips!
- Part 10 - Solving Equations
- Part 11 - Money and Percent Words Problems
- Part 12 - Surface Area of a Box
- Part 13 - More Geometry and Distance Rate Time Word Problems
- Part 14 - Creating Equations and a Bonus: Systems of Equations
- Part 15 - More Graphs (Line, Bar and Scatter Plots)
- Part 16 - Volume of a Cylinder and a Box

## The Free TEAS Math Practice Test

Here is my first free Practice ATI TEAS Math Test. The questions covered in this free test correlate nicely to the goals and objectives discussed in the ATI TEAS Study Manual. The solutions are at the end of the document. Tutorial videos covering each individual question are linked below.

## Video Solutions

- Number 1 - Dividing Mixed Numbers
- Number 2 - Multiplying and Dividing Fractions
- Number 3 - Multiplying Decimals
- Number 4 - Subtracting Mixed Numbers
- Number 5 - Dividing Fractions
- Number 6 - Order of Operations
- Number 7 - Converting Decimals to Percents
- Number 8 - Order of Operations With Fractions
- Number 9 - Arranging Fractions in Order
- Number 10 - Order of Operations With Decimals
- Number 11 - Arranging Fractions, Decimals, and Percents
- Number 12 - Percent of Decrease (Percent of Increase is very similar)
- Number 13 - Real World Percentage Example
- Number 14 - Scratch Off Ticket Winnings and Taxes (Percent Application)
- Number 15 - Equations and Expressions
- Number 16 - Solving An Equation For "x"
- Number 17 - Solving Equations With Fractions
- Number 18 - Translating Words to Equations
- Number 19 - Writing An Equation From a Table
- Number 20 - Convert Kilograms to Pounds
- Number 21 - The Volume of a Cylinder
- Number 22 - Kilometers and Miles Conversions
- Number 23 - Pounds and Tons Conversions
- Number 24 - Blueprints, Ratios, Proportions, and Area
- Number 25 - Surface Area and Cost Word Problem
- Number 26 - Setting Up An Inequality In A Word Problem
- Number 27 - A System of Equations Word Problem
- Number 28 - A Money and Percent Word Problem
- Number 29 - Another Percentage and Money Word Problem
- Number 30 - Finding an Average
- Number 31 - Finding a Median
- Number 32 - A LONG Math Word Problem
- Number 33 - Pie Charts and Percents Word Problem
- Number 34 - Bar Graphs and Percents Word Problem
- Number 35 - The Relationship Between Two Variables
- Number 36 - Distribution Shapes of Graphs

## TEAS Math Tips Videos

These videos are based on requests from viewers like you. To make a request for additional math videos, use the request tab or click here.

- Video #1: Solving Multi-Step Equations
- Video #2: Translating WORDS into Expressions, Equations and Inequalities
- Video #3: Another Perimeter/Square Paver Problem
- Check out the original example here: Goal M.1.5 Similar Questions

- Video #4: A Tougher Example of Translating Words Into Equations
- Video #5: A Word Problem Involving Ratios, Percents and Proportions
- Video #6: A Distance Rate Time Word Problem
- Video #7: Finding the Perimeter of a Complex Shape
- Video #8: Painting Walls and Partial Surface Area
- Video #9: Percents and Discounts For An Item That Goes on Sale
- Video #10: A Money, Percent and Profit Word Problem
- Video #11: Finding the Area of a Complex Shape
- Video #12: Finding the Area of a Complex Shape - A Tougher Example
- Video #13: Equations With Fractions And The Distributive Property
- Video #14: Finding Ratios of x to y
- Video #15: The Pythagorean Theorem
- Video #16: A Line Segment/Puzzle Example
- Video #17: Multiplying Polynomials Overview
- Video #18: Putting Numbers in Order - An Alternative Technique For Handling Fractions, Decimals and Percents
- Video #19: Converting to Roman Numerals

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