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The ATI Test of Essential Academic Skills (ATI TEAS®) measures basic essential skills in the academic content area domains of reading, mathematics, science, and English and language usage. .
Individuals must present a valid state/govt. issued photo ID. Please arrive thirty minutes before testing begins. Those arriving late will NOT be allowed to test. This test is provided electronically on a computer or in written form. No personal items will be allowed into the testing area this includes cell phones, tablets, etc. Please leave personal items at home. No food or drink will be allowed in testing area. A ten minute break will take place during the testing event. .
If you identify yourself as an individual with a disability and request testing accommodations, please call 585-785-1670 to speak to a representative about submitting required documentation prior to your scheduled exam date. Please specify that you are calling about the ATI TEAS® exam.
The Test fee can be paid online with a credit card at any time and this fee is the same whether you wait to use your financial aid disbursement or not. Candidates can test 2 times, however only one can be processed through the financial aid “set-aside” form.
Currently enrolled FLCC students can “set aside” $119.00 of their excess financial aid to pay for a TEAS® test.
Non-FLCC Students, FLCC Students who do not submit the Set-Aside request form to the One-Stop Center, and second time testers, will be charged $119.00 which must be paid via credit card during the registration process.
Please note: By clicking the “Register” button I agree to test on the selected date. I understand that I am responsible for repaying and rescheduling for new test in the event that I am unable to attend my schedule date.
If you are interested in taking a course to prepare you for the ATI TEAS® Test, please register for the next session in the link below!
FLCC Remote/Online Learning, , , NY
The test must be taken on a desktop computer or laptop equipped with internal or external microphone, Webcam, 320x240 VGA resolution (minimum). No tablets, iPads, or cell phones allowed. You will be monitored throughout the testing process.
You will be contacted via email prior to the test and be sent instructions on how to prepare. The email will contain information about a trial run of your equipment, this trial run is mandatory to be completed prior to exam day. Please read the Student Study Guide prior to taking the exam. Please sign on at least ten minutes before test begins. Individuals must present a valid state/govt. issued photo ID.
If you identify yourself as a student with a disability and request testing accommodations you must contact the office at (585) 785-1670 as soon as possible.