• Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS) Testing

    The Test of Essential Academic Skills is a computer-based test that covers 4 subjects: reading, math, science, and english.  Your scores are available immediately after you finish.

  • How much does it cost?
    We charge a $25 proctoring fee that is payable at the counter in the front lobby of Roger Rook Hall.  TEAS charges $40 for the test. You may be charged an additional fee of $27 to have your scores sent to the institution of your choice.  The minimum will be $65 ($25 - proctoring fee plus $40 for the test). Credit card is required for payment.
    What do I need to find out from the school I am applying to?

    If your school allows us to send your scores via the mail, by fax or email, we are willing to do this free of charge. If so, please bring the contact name, address, and/or fax number for the school where your test scores should be sent. If the school requires that scores be sent directly from the TEAS website, the charge for sending the scores is $27 per school.

    We give TEAS version 5.0 by default.  If your school wants you to take a different version, be sure to let us know.

    How long is the TEAS test?
    The TEAS test is a little bit longer than 3.5 hours, and it will take you some time to pay and get registered to test, so plan to be here for 4 hours.
    How do I schedule?
    You can call 503-594-3283 during regular business hours to schedule your TEAS test.
  • Contact our Testing Department

    Oregon City - 19600 Molalla Avenue, Oregon City, Oregon 97045

    Email us: testing@clackamas.edu

    Call us: 503-594-3283

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