The 16-hour TEAS Prep course provides a review of content that you can expect to be tested on during the TEAS test and how to prepare yourself to take this test.  This class is a study guide and should not be viewed as a stand-alone method of test preparation, but an additional tool to assist in your success on the test.  A TEAS prep study guide manual is included in the cost of the course tuition and should also be used as an additional tool to study outside of class.

The TEAS Prep course reviews a broad range of skills in the topics of Reading, Mathematics, Science and English/Language, that you should have previously developed over the course of your academic career.  You may need to review some of your prior class notes, textbooks or online sources for additional information and practice.  In the provided TEAS Prep study manual, you will find a list of websites offering practice test websites as well as study material, although they may be offered at an additional cost.  These resources are not required, but can be used as extra preparation if you choose.  Gaston College cannot offer recommendations on these sites as they are not offered through our organization.

The TEAS Prep class and study manual have been organized and based on the test plan for the ATI TEAS.  It is our intent that they will help you target your studies for success on the test.  Each section in the Reading, Mathematics, Science and English/Language chapters provide an overview of the objectives, most important concepts, key terms, definitions, study recommendations and practice questions.

Before enrolling in this course, we encourage you to be aware of the minimum composite score requirements on the ATI TEAS for your field of study.  Each field of study within the Health and Human Services Program at Gaston College have different scores required to submit an application.  Scores must be current within five (5) years from the date of program admission.  TEAS test retakes have different requirements according to which program you want to enroll in.

Please keep in mind, the ATI TEAS test is a standardized method of testing academic preparedness for entrance into a chosen field of study.


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Course Meeting Information

16 hours


Days Dates Time Location
Monday-Thursday see Self Service 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm DSC 215

Course Meeting Location(s)

DSC 215 (Dalpiaz Classroom Building, Dallas Campus, Dallas, NC) Dallas Campus Map


Course Cost

Tuition: $125.00
Book:  TEAS Prep student study guide is provided


Registration Options

Online (recommended)

  • Click on the following link and follow instructions as listed: CE Registration Link 
  • Reminder: In the Course Code Number field, enter a single keyword (teas).  No additional information is required. 


Notes when using Online registration:

  • If you have an address change, name change, etc., we will need this updated information so we can contact you in case of a class change/cancellation or refund. Entering different information on the registration form will not update any existing records. If your information has changed, please call the Registration Department at 704-922-6232.
  • Online registration is not an option for all classes, or if the course fee will be waived. Underage students (16 and 17 year olds) are not eligible for online registration/payment, but may contact the program area responsible for the class to discuss the registration procedure. Credit card payments will only be accepted with Online and Walk In registration.
  • You cannot DROP/WITHDRAW from classes using Self Service. If you need to drop or withdraw prior the class start date, please contact the Registration Department at 704.922.6232.


CE Registration Department
MYERS CENTER – 2nd floor
201 Highway 321 South, Dallas, NC 28034

Monday through Thursday: 8:00am-4:00pm and Fridays 8:00am-12:00pm
Summer Hours: Monday through Thursday: 8:00 am – 5:00 pm; Fridays CLOSED

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  • Students must be at least 16 years of age

What to bring

  • Flash Drive (for copies of information shared by instructors)
  • Pen and paper

Refund Policy

If a student officially drops from a class or classes before the 10 percent date of the class(es), a 75 percent tuition refund will be given for the class(es) dropped. A 100% refund will be made if the student drops from the class prior to the class start date. No refunds will be given after the 10 percent date. If a course fails to materialize, refunds are automatically processed. (The refund policy is subject to change. Refunds of tuition will be issued in accordance with the current state and college policy.)

To request a refund or transfer within our refund policy guidelines, please email or call 704-922-6232.

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