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The ATI TEAS Version 7 exam will be released on June 3, 2022. Exams taken prior to June 3, 2022 will be on the ATI TEAS Version 6 exam blueprint. All exams taken on June 3, 2022 and after will be on the new ATI TEAS Version 7 exam blueprint. Visit our Official ATI TEAS Version 7 exam page for more information.
We offer several test-taking methods, but the TEAS is always proctored and always the same exam, no matter the setting. Explore our methods at a glance, then follow the steps below to register.
The school(s) which you are applying should communicate which TEAS testing methods they accept, as well as deadline information and limit of attempts.
Choose In Person (via an institution or PSI) or Online (via an institution or TEAS at ATI).
Select the test date and time that works best for your schedule and meets your school’s admissions requirements. One transcript is included with your registration. Additional transcript credits can be purchased if you plan to apply to more than one school.
Have questions? Follow the guide! Listed above, we provide helpful registration guides for your test day.
You’ll receive a confirmation email outlining your exam details, including what to bring and how to prepare. Want to study with the creator of the TEAS? Explore our prep products here.
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.
|Reading||Mathematics||Science||English and Language Usage|
|Number of Questions||53||36||53||28|
|Time Limit (Minutes)||64 min.||54 min.||63 min.||28 min.|
|Specific Content Covered||Key ideas and details|
Craft and structure
Integration of knowledge & ideas
|Numbers and algebra|
Measurement and data
|Human anatomy & physiology|
Life and physical sciences
|Conventions of standard English|
Knowledge of language
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.