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ATI-TEAS Nursing Assessment Online Registration and Payment

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 e 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.

Testing 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