What is the ATI TEAS?

Everything You Need To Know About The ATI TEAS® Exam. PREPARE AND PASS WITH CONFIDENCE. The ATI TEAS (Test of Essential Academic Skills) is designed to specifically assess a students’ preparedness entering the health science fields. Most likely, you’ve been asked to take the TEAS as part of your basic admissions requirements for your nursing or allied health program. That’s because studies show a consistent link between a student’s performance on the TEAS and future academic success.

The ATI TEAS exam is comprised of 170 questions, 20 of which are un-scored pretest items. Questions are designed to test the basic academic skills you will need to perform in class in the areas of: Reading, Math, Science and English and Language Usage.

How to register for TEAS at ATI:

Have you been instructed by the school in which you’re applying to register for TEAS at ATI?

Let’s get started.

Step 1: Visit and select the register now button.

Step 2: You will be prompted to choose how you would like to take your proctored exam – In-Person or Online. Choose Online.

Step 3: Once you are directed to the new window, select the Proctor - Program Type drop down. Here you will choose ATI Remote Proctor – Nursing OR ATI Remote Proctor – AH (Allied Health). Then, select the testing date range that meets the admissions requirements set by the institutions(s) in which you are applying.

Select the session date and time that works best for your schedule and continue to the Product Details page.

Step 4: Here, you will review all testing information before continuing with your registration, as well as purchase additional transcript credits. Select “Continue Registration” to proceed.

*Note:  Credit for one transcript is included with your exam registration, and can be sent after you complete your test. To send your transcript to an institution, you will need to log into your student account after you finish testing and select SEND TRANSCRIPT under TEAS activity.  You need to do this even if you want your remote testing transcript sent to the same institution listed in your ATITesting profile.

Additional transcripts may be purchased to send to other institutions. You may purchase these credits via your student account now or after you complete your exam.

Step 5: Review your order and proceed to checkout to complete.

Step 6: Check your email! Following registration, you will receive an email confirmation from ATI. This includes test details, dry run information and more.

Click the button below for more information about TEAS at ATI.

Don’t just prep to pass – prep to earn your highest score.

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. Since 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.

How to prep for the ATI TEAS

Study with ATI, the creator of the TEAS. No matter your study style and timeline, ATI has the materials and study packages to help you pass the exam the first time and earn the score you need.


ATI TEAS SmartPrep™ Tutorial

SmartPrep tests your knowledge upfront so you’re able to study what you need to know in a focused manner. Includes over 650 review questions, 65 in-depth lessons – including concept videos, images, glossary and links to additional learning – and is proven to improve scores by 7.5%.

Online Practice Assessments

There are two different versions of our practice assessments available. Each test has 150 questions, paired with detailed rationales for right and wrong answers, and includes an end-of-assessment score report.

Study Manual

Study manual covering the four subject areas – Reading, Mathematics, Science and English & Language Usage – as well as 325 practice questions, unit quizzes consisting of 150 questions, and a full-length comprehensive practice test with an equating table to determine your preparedness.

Sign up for your TEAS Exam today.