Register for the TEAS

The ATI TEAS is one exam offered through four different proctors (Online and In-Person)

Select an option below to register for the exam

TEAS Online

Proctored by ATI

Online exam with a remote proctoring service from ATI

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Registration Guide

TEAS Online

Proctored by an Institution

Online exam with a remote proctor from an institution

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Registration Guide

In-Person

Proctored by an Institution

On-campus exam at an institution with an in-person proctor

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Registration Guide

In-Person

Proctored by PSI

On-site exam at a PSI Testing Center with an in-person proctor

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Registration Guide

Things to know before registering

  • Check your school's requirements before registering for the exam.
  • You will need to have a physical copy of your government-issued ID (e.g., a current and valid U.S. Passport, Driver’s License, or State ID Card) present and available at the time of testing (including remote and in-person testing). Note: Foreign passports will not be accepted for ATI TEAS exams.
  • ATI has a strict rescheduling policy. Please read this policy prior to registering and paying for the TEAS.
  • One free transcript is included with your exam registration. However, transcript submissions to schools vary by how you take your TEAS exam. For more information on TEAS Transcript submission, please read this article.
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Important Exam Details

Rescheduling

Not all exam types allow for rescheduling. Please read our rescheduling policy before registering for your exam.

Accessing Online Exams

Learn more about accessing online remote proctored exams.

Accommodations

Accommodations may be available to individuals with documented disabilities pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities Act .

Pricing & How to Register

Find registration guides and important information for each exam type.

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The biggest mistake you can make on the TEAS is not preparing for the exam.

Passing the TEAS is a key component of getting into nursing and allied health schools, but 30% of qualified applicants are turned away from ADN, Diploma, and BSN programs. Because it’s a comprehensive exam, you’ll be tested on four different subject areas, so thorough preparation is crucial. We recommend allowing at least 6 weeks of preparation prior to taking the TEAS. On a tighter schedule? Don’t worry; we have solutions that fit any timeline.

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