TEAS Information

TEAS Information

Subject matter, test format, and everything you should know.
The ATI TEAS, or Test of Essential Academic Skills, is designed specifically to assess a student’s preparedness for entering the health science fields. The ATI TEAS test comprises 170 questions set up in a multiple-choice format with four-option answers. Questions are designed to test the basic academic skills you will need to perform successfully in the areas of: Reading, Math, Science, and English and Language Usage.

How to prepare.  Many free online study resources are available to students.  Mometrix Test Preparation offers:

ATI TEAS Study Guide | ATI TEAS (Sixth Edition) YouTube

A study guide is available to view through the CLC library, or for purchase through the CLC Bookstore.

Free Tutoring is available at CLC.

CLC Tutoring Center.  Located in the CLC Brainerd Campus Library and on the Staples campus each Thursday.

Phone: 218-855-8265 | Email: testingcenter@clcmn.edu

Brainerd Community Adult Basic Education.  Located on the CLC Brainerd campus in room C104.

Phone: 218-855-8166 | Email: jess.cass@isd181.org

TEAS Exam scores.  Upon completion of the online version of the TEAS test, your test will be scored immediately, allowing you to view your TEAS score report at that time. The score report includes your total and content area scores.  CLC will look at your total/composite score to determine admission into our nursing programs.

If testing at CLC your results will be shared automatically.  If testing online or through another testing site be sure to inform us after testing so that we can retrieve your test scores.

TEAS Registration

A step-by-step guide to registering for the TEAS.
Several test-taking methods are offered, but the TEAS is always proctored and always the same exam, no matter the setting. Explore your test taking options, then follow the steps below to register.

STEP 1.  Check admissions requirements.  CLC accepts TEAS scores via any testing method, there is no specific deadline as students are admitted on a rolling basis, and we do not limit the number of student attempts.

STEP 2.  Select your proctor method.  Choose In-Person (via an institution) or Online (via TEAS at ATI).

In-Person – Proctored at an Institution.  On-campus exam at an institution with an in-person proctor.

Visit this page for more details | View the registration guide

TEAS Online – Proctored by ATI.  Online exam only with a remote proctoring service from ATI.

Visit this page for more details | View the registration guide

STEP 3.  Choose your test date, time, and location.  Select the test date and time that works best for your schedule. One transcript is included with your registration. If not testing at CLC be sure to inform us once testing is complete.

STEP 4.  Prepare for test day.  You’ll receive a confirmation email outlining your exam details, including what to bring and how to prepare.

Ready to Register?  This link will take you to the ATI Store where you’ll complete steps 2 and 3 above.

 TEAS testing accommodations.

Proctored at an Institution. Please contact the institution to arrange ADA accommodations prior to registering for your TEAS exam.  At CLC please contact Accessibility Services, located on the CLC Brainerd campus in room E138.

Phone: (218)-855-8175 | Email: accessibilityservices@clcmn.edu

Proctored by ATI. Please submit your accommodations request to ATI Test Security at proctor@atitesting.com at least 30 days prior to testing/signing up for a test date to be considered for testing accommodations.

Support for the TEAS Exam.

Proctored at an Institution.  If you have questions about your registration or specific test-day requirements, please contact the institution/testing center that will be administering your exam.

Proctored by ATI.  Contact ATI Support at 1-800-667-7531.

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