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TEAS V Allied Health (formerly known as HOBET)

TEAS V Allied Health (formerly known as HOBET)

Roane State has approved 4 on campus TEAS testing sessions, 2 in Oak Ridge and 2 in Harriman. These testing sessions are limited to 7 students in Oak Ridge and 8 students in Harriman per session. When you click the link to schedule your test and a date/time/location isn’t given as an option, that means the session is full and you will need to pick an alternate date/time/location. These 4 testing sessions will be the only opportunity for you to test. The online version will not be available prior to the application deadline. 

You will be required to wear a facemask or covering and to complete a Health Screening Questionnaire on the day of your test. If you do not have a facemask, one can be provided to you. The Health Screening Questionnaire will be EMAILED to your RSCC email address. The questionnaire MUST be completed the morning/day of your test, not before. You will need to print or screenshot the final page of the questionnaire (it will be a green checkmark (hopefully)) signifying that you are cleared to be on campus. If you do not have a printed copy or screenshot of the Health Screening Questionnaire, you will NOT be allowed to enter campus or test. 

You will be able to pay TEAS testing fee of $40 on the day of testing. 

The TEAS V Allied Health (Test of Essential Academic Skills V for Allied Health) (formerly known as the HOBET) will measure the abilities of students to undertake the demanding programs of health occupations. The test sections do not deal with specific knowledge in a particular subject, but they test students over a wide range of content areas. These content areas and skills include the knowledge of basic math, science, grammar, skills of critical thinking, and reading comprehension skills. These skills and achievement abilities are primary to health care occupations. TEAS V Allied Health can be called a diagnostic test since many components of the test help to understand the aptitude of the test taker.

The TEAS V Allied Health is a required component of the application for admission to the follow programs:

The test is designed to measure academic processing skills and compare them against a national average. The test is a multiple choice assessment that is timed and takes approximately 3 hours and 29 minutes to complete.

For questions regarding the TEAS V Allied Health and its involvement with particular Allied Health programs, please contact the Director of the Program you are interested in.

Make an Appointment to take the Test

To make an appointment, choose a date and time from the schedule and register at the link below.

Your Roane State Identification Number (R#) is required! If you do not know your R#, log into Raidernet and retrieve that information before trying to register for a test. If you have any problems, please contact the Oak Ridge Testing Center.

Roane County (Harriman) Campus - Room Y-203

Date Time
Tuesday, June 23, 2020 1:00 PM
Thursday, June 25, 2020 9:30 AM

Oak Ridge Branch Campus - Room F-103

Date Time
Monday, June 22, 2020 9:30 AM
Wednesday, June 24, 2020 1:00 PM

Register Online Now!

Fee Payment

The fee for the TEAS V Allied Health exam is $40.00. You may go by the Business Office at the Harriman or Oak Ridge Campus to pay your test fee. Please remember to keep your receipt - you are required to bring it on the day of your exam.

The testing fee is non-refundable. Failure to cancel or reschedule at least 48 hours in advance will require a new testing fee. Cancellations prior to 48 hours will be allowed to retest within one academic calendar year at no charge. Please remember to retain your payment receipt if you intend on testing at a later date.

Kinds of Questions on the Test

The computer based TEAS V Allied Health consists of 170 multiple choice questions divided among the following four categories:

Preparing for the Test

Day of the Test - What to Bring

These are all requirements for your testing appointment. Failure to provide any of this information may result in cancellation of your reservation.

Day of the Test - Do Not Bring

Test Scores

Test results will appear on the computer screen immediately after the exam. RSCC Testing Centers will not print test results. You may access your results anytime through your ATI account which you will create at the time you take the exam. Keep a record of your ATI account username and password so that you may refer to the account if the scores are needed at a later time. If you are applying to a RSCC Allied Health Science program(s) you do not need to submit a copy of your scores to anyone. The scores will automatically be sent to the Allied Health Sciences and Nursing Admissions Office to be reviewed with your application.

Re-Takes

RSCC allows students to re-take the exam after a minimum 30 day wait period. (Scores from RSCC or any other institution must adhere to the above re-test procedures to be considered valid for RSCC admissions requirements and prerequisites.) Each time an exam is taken the examinee is required to pay the full fee.

Contact: 

Jill M Robbins • (865) 354-3000 ext. 4804 • Click name for email address

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