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TEAS Exam Student Instructions

The TEAS (Test of Essential Academic Skills) is a preadmission exam required for select Health Sciences degree programs. Students are required to contact their assigned Academic Advisor prior to scheduling a testing appointment.

Students may take the TEAS test remotely (from home) or at select regional center locations.   All TEAS tests are administered by appointment only.

For remote testing, a desktop or laptop computer, webcam and microphone are required for testing.  Complete the Tech Impact form if you do not have all of the necessary equipment to test at home.  Contact your advisor for information about how to schedule a remote test.

Download the Quick Start Guide’s step-by-step instructions for remote testing.

In-person TEAS testing is offered at Sinclair regional center locations at the following times:

Locations Times
Centerville Mondays at 10:00 a.m.
Englewood Wednesdays at 12:00 p.m.
Huber Heights Thursdays at 1:00 p.m.

 

Call your desired location to make an appointment.  Please talk to your advisor before scheduling a TEAS test.

Tartan ID or government-issued picture ID are required for testing.

The in-person TEAS test is $65 plus tax ($70 plus tax for the remote TEAS test), payable by credit or debit card just prior to testing.

If you have questions regarding the TEAS or about your program’s admission process, please contact your academic advisor.

 

Testing Center Policies

The following Testing Center policies are strictly enforced:

  • Tests will only be administered to Sinclair students with a valid Tartan Card, state driver's license or government issued photo ID.
  • The use of cellular and/or electronic devices during testing is not allowed.  Students must show that all such devices are powered off before testing.
  • Dishonesty in any form is prohibited.  Violations will be reported to the department that submitted the exam and may result in disciplinary action by the Student Conduct Board.