Teas Exam Locations California





The Most Preferred Test Locations for TEAS in California

The TEAS 5.0 exam is an entrance test for many undergraduate Nursing programs in the U.S. If you are a resident of California or you are applying to a Nursing college in California, then you may be looking for a suitable test center in the state. The complete list of centers, along with the details about each center is available on the official ATI website at this link - http://www.atitesting.com/ati_next_gen/customecom/SessionCityStateSelection.aspx?stf=6&stype=1&prev=1 . After you click on this link, choose "California" in the state box and select any one of the available cities, to view a list of test centers in that city. After perusing through all the options, you may register for a particular center. Thereafter, you are required to create an ATI ID. After the registration is complete, the ATI system will send more information about the test to your email id.

To make things easy for you, we are listing a few of the key centers in California, based on their geographical location. Also provided is a complete list of the benefits and drawbacks of each test center, so that you can make an informed decision.

Southern California

  1. CA state university, Los Angeles

    This is one of the popular centers, located in the capital city of Los Angeles.

    The Key Features of the Test Center:

    • This center allows applicants of all colleges to take the test. However, it is the responsibility of students to make sure that the test transcripts are sent to the individual colleges through ATI.
    • The test may be only paper-based; please check with the college website for detailed instructions.
    • At this center, the students who are seeking admission to any California State University campus may take the exam twice during the admission cycle.
    • The registration fee is not refundable at this center.
  2. Napa Valley College, Napa Valley

    The key features of this test center, located in the Southern Californian county of Napa Valley, are as follows:

    The Key Features of the Test Center:

    • This center offers the computer-based test.
    • There are no breaks allowed during the test. The test duration is 3.5 hours, plus 30 minutes for instructions.
    • This center allows applicants of all colleges to take the test. However, it is the responsibility of students to make sure that the test transcripts are sent to the individual colleges through ATI.
    • The test begins at 9.00 AM on testing dates and any late arrivals are strictly not allowed to take the test.
    • This center only has a "Permit Parking" facility. Therefore, applicants who are driving to the center have to arrive early to find a parking spot and thereafter, buy a parking permit.

Northern California

CA State University, Sacramento

This is a test center located in the northern city of Sacramento.

The Key Features of the Test Center:

  • This center offers the computer-based test.
  • There are no breaks allowed during the test. The test duration is 3.5 hours, plus 30 minutes for instructions.
  • This center allows applicants of all colleges to take the test. However, it is the responsibility of students to make sure that the test transcripts are sent to the individual colleges through ATI.
  • This center only has a "Permit Parking" facility. Therefore, applicants who are driving to the center have to arrive early to find a parking spot and thereafter, buy a parking permit.
  • Students arriving late will not be allowed to take the test.

San Francisco Bay Area

Holy Names University, Oakland

The Key Features of the Test Center:

  • This center allows only those students who are applying to one of these 4 colleges, namely, Holy Names University, St. Mary's College, Mills College, and Notre Dame University to take the test.
  • The center may only allow a paper-based test; please check with the college website for detailed instructions.
  • The test duration is 3.5 hours, plus 30 minutes for instructions.
  • Students who arrive late will not be allowed to take the test.

We recommend that all applicants also personally contact the respective centers in person, via phone or email to confirm the test rules and requirements, before registering and paying for the test.

In conclusion, we hope that the information provided in this article about the testing centers will help you select a suitable test center in California. You may visit the college websites and the ATI website (www.atitesting.com) for more information.