CCBC offers the ATI TEAS exam at CCBC's Testing Center locations, Essex, Catonsville, Dundalk and Owings Mills campuses. Scheduling an appointment to take the ATI TEAS exam at one of CCBC's Testing Center locations or another location begins at the ATI TEAS testing website (https://www.atitesting.com/teas/register) (PLEASE insert the link). If you choose to take the exam at a PSI testing location instead and are looking to determine which sites are available for the TEAS exam, visit https://candidate.psiexams.com/. No matter where you take the TEAS exam you should ask that the score be submitted to "CCBC TEAS".
Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS)
You must take the ATI TEAS exam (all sections) as part of the application process. The score you receive on the test will be considered as part of the selective admissions process.
If you do not participate in the TEAS, your application will not be evaluated.
Which TEAS test should I take?
What if I took the TEAS 2 years ago?
Who should register for the ATI TEAS test?
What will I need in order to register for the TEAS?
When should I take the TEAS test?
How long does the test take and when should I arrive?
What should I bring to the test?
How much does the test cost?
I want to study first. Is there a study guide?
I need a bit more help. What can I do?
Is there anywhere else that I can study?
I didn't do so well on the test. Can I take it again?
Where do I find my scores?
Will you pick and choose the best scores from all the TEAS test I have taken?
Should I retake the TEAS test each time I apply?
How do I register for the TEAS?
The School of Health Professions strictly enforces its Honor Code during testing: “I will neither give nor receive unauthorized aid on this assignment/examination and that I will report all violations I observe.” Any breach of this code will result in the exam being confiscated by the proctor and the tester being asked to leave. Students who are confirmed to have violated the Honor Code on the TEAS exam will be permanently deferred from admission into any program in the School of Health Professions.