Students applying to health programs at COTC are required to complete a selection exam as part of the selection process. COTC is currently using the ATI TEAS 5.0 test as our selection exam.
Testing is available at Newark, Coshocton and Knox Campuses. Testing sessions are scheduled based on proctor and lab availability, as well as application deadlines. Testing Candidates should check the ATI website for more information on the current exam schedule.
Payment and Scheduling:
The cost of the test is $66 and must be paid at the time of registration with a credit or debit card or Visa gift card. Cost of the test is set by ATI TEAS and is subject to change without notice. Payment for the ATI TEAS test is non-refundable and non-transferable. No-shows and late-shows will result in loss of the registration fee. Students cannot reschedule the exam, but must pay and schedule again through ATI TEAS.
Disclaimer: The pricing of the test is established by ATI TEAS and is subject to change without notice.
All students are responsible for scheduling their ATI TEAS 5.0 date themselves through the ATI Website. Students will be able to access a calendar of open sessions when they log in to schedule their exam. Testing sessions can accommodate twenty students, and once a session is full, it will no longer be visible on the calendar. The deadline to register for a session is 24 hours before the scheduled start time of that session. Choose your date and time wisely!
For a detailed description on registering for your TEAS Test date, please click here.
Creating an account with ATI TEAS 5.0 before taking the test:
Student must set up an account with a username and password before arriving to test. If a student does not have his/her account already set up, no testing will be permitted. The student must reschedule and pay again.
1. Log onto ATI at www.atitesting.com to create their ATI account.
2. Click on “Create New Account” and then follow the screen prompts.
3. Students will only need to register once, and must establish a username and password to take the ATI TEAS 5.0.
4. Use your 7 digit COTC student ID as your ATI TEAS student ID number. Your COTC ID number can be found in my cotc, under the COTCconnect menus, by clicking the "My Profile" link.
Students are responsible for ensuring that their ATI accounts are active prior to the test date.
The day of the test:
30 minutes prior to the start of the test, students are to report directly to the COTC Testing Center in Hopewell 88, to sign in. No-shows and late arrivals will not receive a refund of the registration fee.
10 minutes before the test begins, all examinees must be signed in and in their seats and ready to test. Students arriving after 8:20 am for the morning test and 12:20 pm for the afternoon test will not be permitted to test. They must reschedule and pay again.
Students MUST bring: Photo ID, ATI username & password, & pen/pencil for scratch work.
Students MUST NOT bring: food, drinks, candy, gum, books, notes, calculator, cell phones or any other electronic devices.
Coats, jackets, hoodies, ball caps, or sunglasses cannot be worn while testing.
There are no breaks during testing and students are not permitted to leave the testing room once the test has begun unless authorized through the Office for Disability Services. Students should take care of personal business prior to the start of the test.
Testing Center staff may stop the test of any student who does not follow these procedures and expectations.
Disability Services for Testing:
Students requiring disability accommodations should contact the Testing Center Coordinator for further instructions on scheduling. Students who wish to utilize disability accommodations must have already met with the Office for Disability Services. If you have testing accommodations through the Office for Disability Services, you must contact the Testing Center before you schedule your TEAS test to be sure that the necessary accommodations can be provided on the day you plan to take your test. Failure to contact the Testing Coordinator ahead of time will result in testing accommodations not being available on the day of the test.
While there is no limit to the number of times a student may take the ATI TEAS 5.0, only the most current/recent scores will be taken into consideration during the selection process. If you decide to retest, you must schedule and pay again through ATI. After you have scheduled, it is important you contact the Testing Center at least 24 hours before your testing appointment at 740-364-9676 to let the Testing Coordinator know that you are testing for the second time. Failure to contact the Testing Coordinator will result in your not being permitted to access a test on the day you have scheduled. You will be required to reschedule and pay the fee again.
Taking the ATI TEAS elsewhere:
If a student should decide to take ATI TEAS 5.0 at a location outside of COTC, then he or she is responsible for ensuring that ATI TEAS sends his or her score to COTC electronically by the deadline date for application to their program of interest.
About the ATI TEAS 5.0 Test
Time limit is 209 minutes total. Four-option multiple-choice questions for a total of 170 total questions.
Reading is 58 minutes with 48 questions. The Reading portion constitutes 28% of the overall score.
Mathematics is 51 minutes with 34 questions. The Mathematics portion constitutes 20% of the overall score.
Science is 66 minutes with 54 questions. The Science portion constitutes 32% of the overall score.
English and Language Usage is 34 minutes with 34 questions. The English and Language Usage portion constitutes 20% of the overall score.
Results will be stored in the student's ATI account under the 'My Results' tab and can be accessed from any computer with internet access may be printed at leisure after testing has concluded. Students may not print test results in the Testing Center, but they may take a moment after the exam to review their scores.
Preparing for the Test
Study guides are available at the Newark Campus Bookstore, for limited check-out at Newark Campus Library, at extended campuses, or through the ATI website at www.atitesting.com.
Resources are also available through the ATI website on their TEAS V Prep page.
Additional ATI TEAS test taking tips and strategies are available by clicking here.
Questions or concerns regarding these or any other testing policies should be directed to the Testing Center Coordinator.