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With so many different employment routes and opportunities, obtaining a nursing qualification is the best way to advance your professional career and find an exciting role that suits you. TestPrep-Online works with test-writing experts, teachers, and psychologists to create online TEAS practice tests, designed to help you ace your ATI TEAS exam. We offer three practice packs, all of which include like-for-like questions, detailed answer explanations, and score reports.

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Is the TEAS Test Hard?

Yes. The TEAS test is a difficult test for many. It requires good preparation across all four subjects as well as preparation for the test style. Applicants tend to struggle with specific modules, such as the Science section or the English and Language Usage section. The time limit is tough, and every unanswered question is a lost point.

Free TEAS practice tests can help you improve your TEAS test score, but extensive TEAS test prep is needed to help you meet the minimum grades required by schools across all the different subjects. Should you be unhappy with your score, you may find that options to retake the TEAS test are limited. Some schools require a period of 14, 30, or 90 days between attempts while others will limit the number of times you can take the test in an academic year.

Thus, TEAS test practice is key to achieving the score you want, the first time.

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What Are the Differences between TEAS V and ATI TEAS?

The TEAS test is written by the Assessment Technologies Institute (ATI). As of August 31, 2016, ATI has released version 6 of the TEAS test, called the ATI TEAS. It is also sometimes referred to as the TEAS 6 edition or the ATI TEAS exam.

Prior to August 2016, the test was in its 5th version, officially called the TEAS Version 5.0 Exam, and known as TEAS V or TEAS 5—or simply as one of the possible nursing entrance exams. You can no longer take the TEAS V. Check with your program as to whether TEAS V scores are still accepted. It is expected that by the end of 2018, most programs will no longer accept TEAS V scores.

The ATI nursing exam may be taken either on a computer or with paper and pencil. The test contains 170 questions and consists of four sections, each with its own time limit. The most important changes to note are:

  • A four-function calculator is now permitted and is provided at the test center.
  • Subject changes have been implemented across all the sections.

Please note: TEAS V practice tests will not cover all the subject matter of the new ATI TEAS test.

TEAS V Test Questions and Time Limit

Subtest Number of Items Time
TEAS V Reading 48 58 minutes
TEAS V Mathematics 34 51 minutes
TEAS V Science 54 66 minutes
TEAS V English & Language Usage 34 34 minutes
Total 170 209 minutes

ATI TEAS Version 6 Test Questions and Time Limit

Subtest Scored Items Pretest Items Time
ATI TEAS Reading 47 6 64 minutes
ATI TEAS Mathematics 32 4 54 minutes
ATI TEAS Science 47 6 63 minutes
ATI TEAS English & Language Usage 24 4 28 minutes
Total 150 20 209 minutes

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How Do I Register for the TEAS?

Register for the ATI nursing exam on the ATI Testing website. There will be a list of TEAS test dates so you can schedule the test at your convenience. Registration with ATI Testing costs $50–$100 depending on where you take the test. You can also register with PSI through the ATI Testing website for $115, or through your prospective college. Rescheduling your test with ATI will require you to book and pay for a new test slot. You can reschedule your TEAS test date up to two days prior to test day if you are registered with PBI.

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