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Use the resources in this guide to help you prepare for the TEAS test.

Now What?

If you don't pass the TEAS, don't get discouraged right way. There are things you can do to increase your chance of success. 

Maintain confidence!

  • Now that you have tested, you know what to expect for next time and you know what your weaknesses are.
  • You can retest once after a 30 day wait.

Study with a Friend

Visit TASC

  • There is a designated TEAS TUTOR available through TASC!
  • Drop by Trailer 19 or call/email to schedule an appointment:
    • Phone: 252-493-7258
    • E-mail:


  • PCC students have access to online tutoring if they need assistance between 8 p.m. and 8 a.m.
  • To access, click on the link in your Moodle course. This link is usually located on the first page of the course. If you are having trouble locating the link, please contact your instructor.
  • Consider this option if face-to-face meetings do not accommodate your schedule.

Use EdReady

  • PCC provides students with access to EdReady.
  • EdReady will improve your readiness for courses or careers requiring college math or English by giving you a personalized study path.
  • Create an account to get assessments and tips on areas where you need to study most. 
  • For more information, visit the PCC Placement Testing Study Resources page.

Use Study Guides

  • PCC Library, located in the Everett Building, provides PRINT and ONLINE TEAS study guides. 
  • Closely explore the other pages on this guide for all of your study options.
  • You can also contact a librarian if you have questions about finding and using study guides or booking a group study room.

Update your Study Skills

  • Reassess your test taking and study skills. 
  • This is something you may want to discuss with the PCC TEAS tutor.


  • Reevaluate your plans and consider other programs. 
  • Your advisor can help you explore other options.

Test anxiety? Get help!

  • Test anxiety is a real thing that you may experience.
  • PCC has trained counselors on campus that can support you during this time.
  • Learn more about PCC Counseling Services online, or visit them in person in the Goess Student Center - Suite 170