The Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS®) is a multiple-choice assessment of basic academic knowledge in reading, mathematics, science and English and language usage. The objectives assessed on the TEAS-V exam are those which nursing educators deemed most appropriate and relevant to measure entry-level skills and abilities of nursing program applicants.

Please note the ATI-TEAS exam is not part of the RCBC Nursing application process. More information about applying to the RCBC Nursing Program can be found here.

For Students

All individuals preparing to take the TEAS test must create an ATI account.

Instructions: To register for the TEAS V exam, or to purchase the TEAS-V study guide go to www.atitesting.com. Calculators may NOT be used for the test.

  • Step 1: If you do not have an account, create an account for the ATI-TEAS V Exam. Previous ATI username and passwords are acceptable.
  • Step 2: Register for “TEAS,” next select the State [New Jersey] and City [Mount Laurel], and click next.
  • Step 3: To select test date and time, first select Learn More and then Register. Then select Check Out to pay for your TEAS V exam.
  • Step 4: On Secure Checkout page fill in requested fields and proceed to pay.
  • Step 5: Day of your Exam
    • Come to the RCBC Test Center, located in the Student Success Building on the Mount Laurel Campus.
    • Bring valid government-issued Photo Identification
    • Bring ATI-TEAS Confirmation document; username and password
    • Report 15 minutes prior to start of the test
    • Parking is available in lots adjacent to the Student Success Center.
TEAS Transcript

Students may send their TEAS score/TEAS transcripts to multiple schools.

TEAS-V: TEAS-V products were designed to work together. It is recommended that you take an online practice test when you are just starting to prepare for the TEAS-V test. After taking the practice test, you will be provided with a score report that will highlight a list of topics to review based upon your performance on the practice test. These topics will be linked to information sources within the TEAS-V Study Manual. Then after reviewing those topics, you should take the second version of the TEAS-V practice test to check for improvement.

Students with Disabilities

Documentation must be provided for students requiring special accommodations on the TEAS V test.

Prior to testing contact:

Donna Kaklamanos, MSW
Office of Student Support
(856) 242-5174
dkaklamanos@rcbc.edu

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Register for the TEAS V exam!