TEAS (Test of Essential Academic Skills) Exam - The TEAS exam is required as part of the application process for nursing and other health programs at a variety of schools. Please check the requirements for the schools you intend to apply to whether the exam is required or not. There is no requirement to take prep classes for this exam, however, many opt to supplement their own studies with our preparation classes. Our prep courses do not guarantee a minimum score on the exam, nor do they guarantee admission to the desired school(s) of your choice.
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REGISTRATION FOR SPRING TEAS PREP COURSES IS OPEN! See below for full schedule or click here.
Registration: Visit us in the Student Center Building #4, Room 102
Payments: We accept checks, money orders, credit cards, and debit cards (no cash)
Questions: Contact us (857) 701-1605 or email LHagen@rcc.mass.edu
Testimonials from some former TEAS Prep students:
"I just applied [to the] RCC day program and [am] waiting for the outcome. [My] TEAS score was 83.3% and GPA is 3.80 so I'm hoping it comes out successful by May when we hear from the screening committee. Till then it's thanks because the TEAS preparatory class was worth it after all." - Ese
"I was accepted into UMass Boston's Accelerated BSN program and MGHIHP's Accelerated BSN program. I received a scholarship from MGHIHP, so I will start there in May. The TEAS wasn't included in [MGHIHP's] application process, but I'm certain the class helped me prepare for the TEAS and helped me get into the UMass Boston program. I ended up with a 100% on the math section - there's no way I would have made that score without the preparation the class provided me. Five Saturday afternoons well spent. I'm so glad RCC offers this class. - Lauren
"I have been accepted into [the] Nursing program at [RCC] this January. Thanks for your help!" - Ebun
"The Math instructor, [John] is awesome! I wish he had taught all of the math classes I had to take in school."