The ATI Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS) is a scholastic aptitude assessment that can be used as one component of the selection process for admitting test takers into the College of Nursing.
The ATI TEAS is composed of 170 questions, 20 of which are unscored pretest items. Thus, the number of scored questions on which individuals will be evaluated is 150. The total time allotted to complete the test is 209 minutes. The test is one assessment comprised of four sections: Math, Reading, Science, and English and Language Usage.
The ATI TEAS allows for the use of a four function calculator. However, test takers are not allowed to bring their own calculator as a calculator will be embedded within the online version of the exam.
Test takers may purchase the ATI TEAS study manual which can be purchased through the ATI online store.
The Division of Continuing Education at UCF is now offering a TEAS Review program.
If you do not know this information go to www.atitesting.com and click on the “Forgot username/password” link. If you do not have an account, click Create New Account and complete the user information page. Note: You must retain your username and password in order to access your exam on test day. UCF will be listed under Institution as “U of Central Florida.”
The re-test policy for test takers taking ATI TEAS for admission to the UCF College of Nursing is:
Test takers taking the ATI TEAS for admission to any other College of Nursing are responsible for checking with that College for their re-test policy information.
ATI TEAS results can be provided to more than one school. Scores are automatically sent to the location where your test was administered (no cost).
If applying for the UCF College of Nursing, please note the following: TEAS V scores will not be accepted after December 31, 2017. Test takers applying for a BSN program after December 31, 2017 must submit the new version, ATI TEAS, score. This does not apply to RNs applying for a post-licensure program.
Visit the ATI Testing Website
Visit the UCF College of Nursing Website