Additional Test Services
ATI - Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS)
Pre-Admissions Exam for Nursing Pathway Administer at University of Hawai'i West O'ahu No'eau Test Center
TEAS (Test of Essential Academic Skills) a product of Assessment Technologies and is a computerized multiple-choice standardized assessment of the basic academic knowledge in reading, mathematics, science, and English and language usage. The outcomes assessed on the exam are those which educators deem most appropriate and relevant to measure entry level skills and abilities of health science field applicants. The goal is to predict those candidates with the highest likelihood of academic success. There are 170 multiple-choice questions and the time limit is 209 minutes. Calculators and phones are not allowed during testing.
Appointments are REQUIRED
Location: No’eau Test Center, Library Building Room B-203
Dates: The ATI – Teas test is offered on Mondays and Tuesdays
Times: Appointments are required and will begin no later than 12:00 PM
Test Results: Scores will be available to UH West O’ahu at no cost. ATI-TEAS scores are valid for (3) years at UH West O’ahu.
Retest Policy: The exam may be taken no more than (3) times per calendar year, but only the highest set of TEAS test results will be considered for admission. A (30) day wait period is required for any re-test.
Additional Testing Items: The Test Center will provide all testers with scratch paper and pencils. Testers will have access to an on-screen calculator. Personal calculators are not allowed.
Acceptable Forms of ID include: Driver’s license/permit, State ID, Passport, Passport Card, Military ID. University of School ID cards are not accepted. This is an ATI policy.
Create an ATI account at https://www.atitesting.com
1) Online ATI Test Fees: $55.00 Credit or Debit Card ONLY (Pay at test site prior to test administration)
2) Proctoring Fee: $65.00 Cash, Credit, or Debit Card (Pay at UHWO Cashier: Monday-Thursday, 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM and Friday, 8:00 AM – 3:00 PM
What is CLEP?
CLEP (College-Level Examination Program) provides students the opportunity to earn college credit by achieving qualifying test scores through a program of exams. Students demonstrate their college – level understanding of a subject by their performance on a subject exam.
What Are The Advantages To Taking a CLEP Exam?
- Get ahead on the courses you need toward your degree.
- Graduate on time or sooner.
- Earn college credits without attending class.
- Save money by not paying for tuition, fees, and books.
- Complete degree requirements any time during your college career.
- To register, please go to clep.collegeboard.org.
- There is an $87 registration fee. This registration is good for six months.
- On your scheduled exam date, please bring your printed registration ticket, a valid photo ID, and credit or debit card to pay the $50 administrative fee.
For more information please view the CLEP brochure below.
Frequently Asked Questions
Study materials, practice exams, and a free CLEP tutorial are available at the CLEP site: clep.collegeboard.org
CLEP is administered online at a testing center, so you will get an instant score result.
CLEP scores do not affect your GPA
Once scores are received at the Admissions Office, they are posted within 2-3 weeks.
Collegeboard has a mandatory 3-month wait period for re-tests.
No, you can take them anytime during you academic career.
If aids are permitted, they are available as part of the testing software.
No, if you did not receive a passing grade for a course, UH West O’ahu will not accept a CLEP score for the course you did not pass.
Things to Note
- UH West O’ahu students may not take a CLEP exam more than once for the same subject during their academic career.
- Students are not allowed to take a CLEP exam in a course in which they have earn any grade except a “W”.
- Students may not take a CLEP exam in a course that they are enrolled in after the add/drop period for that semester.
- If students take a CLEP exam while in violation of any of these conditions, they will not receive credit.
- If a student is enrolled in a course (prior to add/drop for the semester) and they take a CLEP exam and pass, it is their responsibility to drop the course so tuition and fees are not lost