# ATI-TEAS Practice Test

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ATI TEAS is an academic skills evaluation test that gauges a student's readiness to enter health science. Play this informative quiz and see how well you can ace the test. The quiz contains various questions ranging from easy, medium, to hard levels that will help you know more about the various questions asked in the exam and enhance your knowledge base. Play the quiz to know more. All the best!

• 1.

### How much interest would you get after a year if you invest \$10,000 at a 7% annual rate?

• A.

\$7

• B.

\$70

• C.

\$700

• D.

\$7000

C. \$700
Explanation
If you invest \$10,000 at a 7% annual rate, you would earn \$700 in interest after a year. This is calculated by multiplying the principal amount (\$10,000) by the interest rate (7%) and dividing the result by 100. Therefore, the correct answer is \$700.

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• 2.

### How many pounds are there in four tonnes of gravel?

• A.

4000

• B.

6000

• C.

8000

• D.

12000

C. 8000
Explanation
There are 2000 pounds in a tonne. Therefore, if there are four tonnes of gravel, the total weight in pounds would be 4 * 2000 = 8000 pounds.

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• 3.

### How many people would be needed to stain a deck in just one day if 4 people can do it in 2 days?

• A.

8

• B.

12

• C.

16

• D.

20

A. 8
Explanation
If 4 people can stain a deck in 2 days, it means that the work can be divided equally among the 4 people and each person takes 2 days to complete their portion. Therefore, if we want to complete the work in just one day, we need to double the number of people. So, 4 people multiplied by 2 equals 8 people. Hence, 8 people would be needed to stain a deck in just one day.

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• 4.

### How long will it take you to travel 250 miles at a speed of 50 mph to get to the town?

• A.

6 hours

• B.

5 hours

• C.

10 hours

• D.

7 hours

B. 5 hours
Explanation
At a speed of 50 mph, it would take 5 hours to travel 250 miles. This can be calculated by dividing the distance (250 miles) by the speed (50 mph), which gives the time taken to cover the distance.

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• 5.

### Which of the following describes the flow of oxygenated blood from the heart to the body?

• A.

Systemic circulation

• B.

Ventricular circulation

• C.

Cellular circulation

• D.

Pulmonary circulation

A. Systemic circulation
Explanation
Systemic circulation describes the flow of oxygenated blood from the heart to the body. This process involves the pumping of oxygenated blood from the left ventricle of the heart into the aorta, which then branches out into smaller arteries that deliver the oxygenated blood to the various organs and tissues throughout the body. After delivering oxygen to the body, the deoxygenated blood returns to the heart through the veins and enters the right atrium, starting the cycle again.

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• 6.

### In which of the following structures of the mammalian digestive system is it most likely that nutrients will be absorbed?

• A.

Duodenum

• B.

Epiglottis

• C.

Stomach

• D.

Liver

A. Duodenum
Explanation
The duodenum is the first and shortest segment of the small intestine, located immediately after the stomach. It is in the duodenum where most of the chemical digestion of food takes place, and it is also the primary site for nutrient absorption. The walls of the duodenum are lined with finger-like projections called villi, which increase the surface area available for absorption. These villi contain specialized cells that transport nutrients, such as carbohydrates, proteins, and fats, into the bloodstream for distribution to the rest of the body. Therefore, it is most likely that nutrients will be absorbed in the duodenum.

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• 7.

### Which of the following is most likely to be happening in populations that are supposedly in a zero-growth phase?

• A.

The death rate equals the emigration rate.

• B.

The birth rate equals the immigration rate.

• C.

The death and emigration rates equal the birth and immigration rates.

• D.

The infant mortality rate equals the emigration rate.

C. The death and emigration rates equal the birth and immigration rates.
Explanation
In a zero-growth phase, the population remains stable as the number of deaths and emigration is equal to the number of births and immigration. This means that the population is neither increasing nor decreasing. If the death and emigration rates are greater than the birth and immigration rates, the population would be declining. Conversely, if the birth and immigration rates are greater than the death and emigration rates, the population would be increasing. Therefore, in a zero-growth phase, the death and emigration rates must equal the birth and immigration rates.

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• 8.

### Which of the following will be brought on by an aortic dissection?

• A.

Deoxygenated blood would not be transported to the heart.

• B.

Deoxygenated blood would not be transported to the lungs.

• C.

Oxygenated blood would not be transported to the heart’s atria.

• D.

Oxygenated blood would not be transported to the body’s cells.

D. Oxygenated blood would not be transported to the body’s cells.
Explanation
An aortic dissection is a serious condition where there is a tear in the inner layer of the aorta, the largest artery in the body. This tear can lead to the leakage of blood into the middle layer of the aorta, causing a separation of the layers. As a result, the flow of blood through the aorta becomes disrupted. Since the aorta is responsible for carrying oxygenated blood from the heart to the body's cells, an aortic dissection can impede the transport of oxygenated blood to the body's cells, leading to tissue damage and potentially organ failure.

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• 9.

### Select the correct word(s) for the blank in the following sentence ï»¿___________ the best friends to have.

• A.

They're

• B.

Their

• C.

They

• D.

There

A. They're
Explanation
The correct answer is "They're". In this sentence, we are looking for a word that can be used to describe the best friends to have. "They're" is a contraction of "they are" and is the correct choice as it indicates that the best friends are a group of people.

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• 10.

### Select the correct word(s) for the blank in the following sentence. ___________ went to the movies last weekend.

• A.

She and me

• B.

She and I

• C.

Her and I

• D.

Her and me

B. She and I
Explanation
The correct answer is "She and I." "She and I" is the correct subject pronoun to use in this sentence because it is the subject of the sentence and refers to the people who went to the movies. Using "Her and me" or "Her and I" would be grammatically incorrect in this context.

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