1. Goodmorning,
    Hope all is well with all of you today.
    I am new to this forum and was looking for some help.
    I just started nursing school about a month and a half ago.
    Like everyone elce I have never been though anything like it in my life.
    I am in a 18 month program at our local Community College in Pittsburgh.

    We are going to be taking some ATI test soon and was wondering if anyone on here knew of any place to get some pratice questions?

    Thank you for your help.
  2. 4 Comments

  3. by   Jme2007
    Hi, you can go to the ati site: and there should be some there but you might have to pay for them. When I was in school (just finished), they beat us over the head with ati tests! I think I passed one of the million I took. For us, they were just practice tests to prepare for NCLEX, but I have heard from others that they expect you to pass them by a certain percentage. Good luck to you!
  4. by   Daytonite
    Hi, mav8348!

    ATI sells study guides, etc. to prep for all their tests. Here is a link to their online store where you can purchase their products. I don't know if their products are available outside the company.

    Welcome to allnurses!
  5. by   CISCOPATRICK06
    I am also a nursing student in Chicago. I am a second-semester junior. I also have to take practice ATI exams (we are given practice codes) via At the end of each clinical course, we have to take an ATI exam (it's called an EOC) and we must pass it in order to move on in the program. Luckily, my department received a grant that pays for our ATI books and exams. I do know that you can order the ATI material for each clinical section through possibly ATI online store or or other sources. I hope that this helps.
  6. by   bassplayerrob
    Hello, I graduate in May this year. We have to get in the 60th percentile on our ATI RN comprehensive exam in order to grad or we have to do remediation on practice tests and make 90% on those. Our instructors gave us passwords and codes to use on the website. I passed the ATI RN comprehensive exam by God's grace and taking those practice tests. Practicing taking tests is the way to go with any standardized testing. Hope this helps.