Test of Essential Academic Skills

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The Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS Test) is a standardized, multiple choice exam for students applying for nursing school in the USA.[1] It is often used to determine the ability of potential students to adjust to a nursing program. The test is created and administered by Assessment Technologies Institute.

The exam is 209 minutes and consists of 170 questions, drawn from a TEAS Test Bank consisting of thousands of questions that are given on several versions of the exam.

The topics covered are reading, mathematics, science, and English language and usage.[2]


  1. ^ McGraw-Hill's Nursing School Entrance Exams By Thomas A. Evangelist, Tamra Orr, Judy Unrein
  2. ^ "TEAS & Discover". Assessment Technologies Institute. Retrieved 11 October 2014. 

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