As soon as you have your TEAS username and password, you can access the ATI ebooks by going to the ATI testing website. These books are going to be one of your most valuable resources here at Oak Point to prepare for the NCLEX-RN exam, so make sure you take advantage of these materials!
Oak Point Graduates will have ATI access for 1 full year after graduation as well as Board Vitals for 3 months.
Download the ebooks if you are unable to download the ebooks from the ATI Student Portal.
These are the courses that require you to pass ATIs at the end of the term:
|Required Courses for the BSN Program||Do you have an ATI?|
|NUR 3140 Pathophysiologic Mechanisms||NO|
|NUR 3141 Foundations of Nursing Practice||NO|
|NUR 3233 Health Assessment||NO|
|NUR 3240 Pharmacotherapeutics in Nursing||Pharmacology ATI|
|NUR 3241 Adult Health Nursing I||Fundamentals ATI|
|NUR 4225 Pediatric Health Nursing||Nursing Care of Children ATI|
|NUR 4242 Ethics in Nursing||NO|
|NUR 4145 Community Health Nursing||Community Health ATI|
|NUR 4440 Research in Nursing||NO|
|NUR 4445 Mental Health Nursing||Mental Health ATI|
|NUR 4540 Gerontological Health Nursing||NO|
|NUR 4545 Women & Newborn Health Nursing||Maternal-Newborn ATI|
|NUR 4640 Leadership and Management in Nursing||Leadership and Management ATI|
|NUR 4641 Adult Health Nursing II||Adult Medical Surgical ATI|
|NUR 4642 Professional Role Transition||Comprehensive ATI--NCLEX Score Predictor|
|NUR 4910 Nursing Electives or Service Learning||NO ATIS for Electives|
ATIs start week 5 of each Term!
You will be only halfway through your ATI book in class at that point, so start studying your ATI book early, so you feel prepared when ATI week occurs!
ATI Nursing Education began with the help of a nurse and many nurses are a valued part of our company today. We also have a real understanding for what it takes to pass high stakes tests. We boast a team of people (graduate degreed psychometricians) who specialize in tests.
You will have ATI exams for many BSN courses here at Oak Point. Download the attachment below to understand the recommended passing scores and the levels of proficiency definitions. Passing the ATIs = the likelihood of passing the NCLEX--the whole point of going to nursing school.