What is the TEAS?
"The TEAS is a common pre-admission test used by many nursing programs. TEAS, which stands for Test of Essential Academic Skills, is administered through Assessment Technologies Institute (ATI) Nursing Education. The test is a basic aptitude test designed to identify students who would succeed in nursing school and who have the ability to think like a nurse. While all examinations can seem a bit daunting, it's important to remember that it's another step to figuring out if nursing school truly is for you." - MedTech
Labouré requires the TEAS for the Associate of Science degrees in Nursing, Respiratory Care, and Radiation Therapy.
Minimum score requirements for Labouré in each section of the TEAS are as follows:
Below, we'll give you some information about the TEAS in general, and how to prepare for it.
About the TEAS
What's on the test
The TEAS includes 170 questions total and takes approximately 4 hours to complete, including a short break. The sections break down like this:
- Reading: 53 questions to be completed in 64 minutes
- Mathematics: 36 questions to be completed in 54 minutes
- Science: 53 questions to be completed in 63 minutes
- English and Language Usage: 28 questions to be completed in 28 minutes
You must be on time to start your test. As a timed, proctored exam, all test takers must start at the designated start time; late arrivals will not be able to begin the test, and must reschedule.
Preparing for the test
The TEAS is administered by ATI. ATI offers a variety of practice materials for purchase through their website, www.atitesting.com.
Labouré is not affiliated with any unofficial TEAS practice resources.
Where to take the TEAS
The TEAS is administered by ATI. You can review a list of online and in-person testing providers at https://www.atitesting.com/teas/register
Questions about TEAS?
You can contact your admissions counselor directly, or - for general TEAS questions before you apply - you can contact firstname.lastname@example.org or (617) 315-1654.
TEAS testing requirements and policy are subject to change at the discretion of the Office of Admissions. Please contact the Office of Admissions for the most up-to-date requirements.