The TEAS exam fee will increase from $70.00 to $75.00 on July 1, 2023.
The Testing Center at Pikes Peak proctors the TEAS for Allied Health and the TEAS for Nursing online with Proctorio.
Appointments are available Monday to Friday at 9:00am and 1:00pm only.
If you are unable to take the TEAS at home due to unforeseeable circumstances you might take the TEAS in-person at the Centennial or Rampart Range Campus. In-person appointments are very limited. We have more availability online.
Effective, December 16, 2022, you can take the TEAS exam twice per application cycle. That is 2 attempts per about every six months.
To make an appointment to take the TEAS exam with PPSC follow these steps:
1. Schedule an appointment
PPSC students schedule here.
Guest students schedule here
2. Go to ATI and create a student account. You can view ATI account creation information, here.
3. Pay the $25.00 TEAS proctor fee before your exam appointment.
Once payment is processed, the Cashier office will email the Testing Center a copy of your receipt. Upon payment verification, the Testing Center will send you a confirmation email with the assessment code and other essential information you will need for the exam.
The ATI TEAS, or Test of Essential Academic Skills, is a standardized test designed specifically to assess a student’s preparedness for entering the health science fields. 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. You can review additional information about the ATI TEAS, Version 7 exam, here.
ATI TEAS launched a new TEAS Version, Version 7, on June 3, 2022. All colleges/institutions
will automatically switch to the new TEAS Version. The major changes are to the TEAS
content area and will not affect student’s exam or scores taken before or after the
ATI TEAS exams taken before June 3, 2022, will be aligned to the current TEAS 6 blueprint and exams taken on June 3rd or after will be aligned to the new TEAS version 7. The reporting scale of ATI TEAS will remain the same (0-percent to 100-percent). The national mean values are not changing. So, this means that institutions that use the national mean will not be impacted at all. PPSC use the national means for the ADN programs.
The ATI TEAS test is comprised of 170 questions that are formatted as both multiple choice items with 4 answer options and alternate-type items. This includes 150 scored questions and 20 unscored pretest questions. Students have 209 minutes to complete the exam.
For students testing on or after June 3, 2022 (ATI TEAS, Version 7), the number of questions in each content section and subsection are as follows:
The Testing Center at PPSC proctors the TEAS for Nursing and the TEAS for Allied Health programs. If you are in the Nursing program you must take the TEAS for Nursing, however, if you are in the Paramedic or PTA program you must take the TEAS for Allied Health. These two testing options are available during the scheduling process described below.
ATI has partnered with Proctorio to deliver the TEAS exam remotely. Proctorio is a remote monitoring platform that uses artificial intelligence and facial detection to monitor the testing session via a webcam, microphone and screen share. Before you make a TEAS appointment, check the ATI’s requirements to ensure a successful testing session:
After you are done with the exam, you will need to download your score report. If you are unable to download the TEAS report, send an email requesting one to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For additional assistant call the Testing Center at 719-502-3370.
If you are planning to use your accommodations for this exam, please send an email to email@example.com. Students must have approved accommodations through Accessibility Services.
ATI, the official provider of prep for the exam, recommends that you allow yourself at least six weeks to prepare for the exam.
There are a variety of prep resources available to help you study for the test – all aligned to the ATI TEAS, Version 7 and packed with thousands of practice questions based on the content and format of the actual exam.
Our Nationally Certified Testing Center offers testing services for community members
and employers seeking to become Professionally licensed or certified in any number
Some of these certification are with companies that have contracts with the Testing Center like Pearson Vue, Meazure Learning, Kryterion, and ProV Exams.
Others certification can be coordinated as proctor exams with the Testing Center. If the test sponsor for your certification is not listed above, you must follow the procedures for certification testing below.
Procedures for Certification Testing:
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