For our General Assessment test, we administer the ATI TEAS version.
For our February 3, 2017 test date, test takers must be applicants for Fall 2017 and they must have a CSULB Student ID number.
We will be offering test dates in March, that will be open to all students.
You may take the TEAS more than once; however, we require that there must be 30 days between each test date. We will use the test that yields you the highest rating that meets the 30 day wait requirement.
The TEAS is a 4 hour test of essential academic skills. You will be tested on Reading Comprehension, English, Math and Science knowledge. You will not be allowed to use a calculator during the test.
You may purchase the TEAS Study Guide in the University Bookstore or through atitesting.com. Do not bring the Study Guide to the testing room.
Fall 2017 candidates can either submit TEAS V or ATI TEAS results.
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS: You must obtain your ATI username and password prior to registering to test. Go to atitesting.com and set up your username and password information. You cannot test without it.
November Test dates: LOCATION: Nursing Building Room 65: Check-in is by 11:45 am.
January Test dates: LOCATION: Nursing Building Room 65: Check-in is by 10:45 am.
TEST FEE: The fee is $66.00 —prepaid and non-refundable and non-transferable.
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Here are some websites that can assist you in preparing for the TEAS:
1. Can I take the TEAS more than once and if I can take it more than once, which score will be used?
You may take the TEAS as many times as you want; however, we require that there must be 30 days between each test date. We will use the test date that yields you the highest rating.
2. When is the TEAS offered?
Multiple TEAS dates are offered January, March/April, June, July August and November. If the TEAS was not taken at CSULB, applicants must arrange to have official TEAS scores sent by atitesting.com to CSULB.
3. What is the deadline for the TEAS results?
The deadlines are: September 10 for spring admission and February 10 for fall admissions.
4. Do I pay for Parking?
A campus day pass to park in general parking slots is $7.00. The parking payment machine will take cash and credit/debit cards. Since TEAS testing takes 3.5+ hours, you will need to pay for a day pass. There should be plenty of parking in Lot 1 which is west of the Nursing Buidlings.
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