TEAS Test Centers in Georgia
Where Can You Take the TEAS in Georgia?
With many colleges in the country, relying on the TEAS scores for making nursing course admission decisions, the TEAS is an important test for many nursing college aspirants. While preparing for this test, however, you also need to pay attention to aspects like choosing a test location and a convenient test date. If testing in the state of Georgia, find all about the test centers here and understand any center-specific testing information relevant to your test taking.
The ATI TEAS
Developed and conducted by ATI, the TEAS is a test of academic prowess, which helps colleges measure the potentials of candidates and accordingly, their eligibility into nursing programs. With several institutions across the country accepting and requiring these scores for nursing program admission, there are different test administrations every year, at different testing sites and on different test dates, as per a pre-decided schedule.
You may get to see the different testing sites and their respective test dates online at the ATI TEAS website (http://www.atitesting.com/ati_next_gen/customecom/SessionCityStateSelection.aspx?stf=6&stype=1&prev=1).
Where to Take the TEAS in Georgia?
As mentioned earlier, there are several administrations of the TEAS every year in different parts and states including Georgia. While registering for the test online for a Georgia institute or testing site, you should first enter your state as Georgia and then choose the 'All' cities option for the list of test centers, or choose your specific city. This will list all the relevant testing sites. You may also note that there can be more than one testing date allotted for one testing location.
After you get a list of relevant test centers, you may choose where to take the test, based on the following facts:
- The test dates and availability of slots
- Any site-specific testing requirements that you will have to comply with
- Your availability on the dates/slots
- Your institutions' admission deadlines
- Need for physical presence for registration, etc.
- Proximity to the location
A list of all testing sites in Georgia is available at (http://www.atitesting.com/ati_next_gen/customecom/BrowseSessions.aspx?stf=6&ssf=10&stype=1&city=Atlanta). You may also search for city specific test centers at the TEAS registration webpage (http://www.atitesting.com/ati_next_gen/customecom/SessionCityStateSelection.aspx?stf=6&stype=1&prev=1).
Listed below are some of the important testing locations from Georgia. You may also note that all these testing sites have several test dates allocated with them:
- Augusta State University/GA Regents University Augusta, GA
- Atlanta Metropolitan State College TEAS V Atlanta, GA
- Mercer University GA Baptist CON TEAS V Atlanta, GA
- Columbus Technical College TEAS V Columbus, GA
Testing Requirements and Other Important Test Information Relevant to Georgia
As you might already know, though the TEAS is a standardized test, the testing requirements may differ from one testing site to another testing site. For example, some of the test sites like Mercer University GA Baptist, Atlanta, prohibit cell phones while taking the test. You may therefore, need to check any site-specific testing requirements for the particular testing site before you choose it and register for the test. You may get additional information about the testing site's requirements from the ATI testing site listing itself. When you search for the test centers, and get a list of relevant sites, you may learn more about each of it by clicking the respective Learn More link against it.
The following are the different details included for the various Georgia testing sites:
- What is allowed and what is not allowed at the testing site
- Time slot for the test and reporting time
- Things to bring to the testing site
- Number of retries allowed in a cycle/calendar year
- Test fee to be paid (can be different for different testing sites)
- Special accommodation requirements, if any
Thus, ATI testing web site is one place that helps you search and identify the TEAS testing sites in Georgia. In addition, you may also get all relevant testing site-specific information online from the ATI website. You may use all this information wisely before you choose a testing site and location, one of the preliminary but most important steps while planning to take TEAS.