The ATI Test of Essential Academic Skills (formerly known as the TEAS V exam) is utilized by nursing schools nationwide in the admissions process as a significant predictor of nursing school success. The ATI TEAS is a multiple-choice assessment that measures student's basic academic perparedness in reading, science, math, english, and language usage. The ATI TEAS consists of 150 scored questions and 20 non-scored questions. More information about the exam is available at https://www.atitesting.com/. Subjects Include:
Admission to the RN program is competitive; therefore, potential candidates must demonstrate competency on an entrance test. All students will be required to complete the ATI PN Comprehensive Predictor, performed at the school via computerized testing during designated testing times only. More information about the exam is available at https://www.atitesting.com/. Some topics you may be tested on are:
OIAH offers a College Readiness Exam, which will test your skills in Reading and Mathematics to make sure you have the skills necessary to begin taking college courses. Call our Admissions department at 937-237-1010 to see what resources and tools are available to prepare for this test.
We understand that entrance testing can be stressful, especially if you don't feel confident about the material. Here at the Ohio Institute of Allied Health, we want you to know we are here for academic needs. We have compiled a list of helpful resources for: TEA's Entrance Testing, OIAH's College Readiness Exam and even the PN Comprehensive Predictor Exam.
Keep in mind that student tutoring services is a free service provided by OIAH to optimize student success. Please call the OIAH front office at 937-237-1010 to schedule an appointment for tutoring and extra help.
Subjects Offered Through OIAH Tutoring Services:
- Anatomy & Physiology