For all students applying to our Diploma and Associate Degree programs, entrance testing is required as part of the admissions process. As a convenience for our students required to complete testing, we currently offer the following on our campus.
Taylor College also offers tutoring sessions each month, taught by qualified instructors, focusing on Math, Science, and English sections of the TEAS Test. For more testing information please contact an Admission Representative for details 352 245-4119.
For more testing information please contact an Admission Representative for details 352-245-4119
To register for testing, students must contact the College to pre-register and pre-pay before the test date. Click here for a complete list of Testing Policies and Procedures.
Study guide suggestions are provided in the Information Session program packet and can also be found at local bookstores and libraries. Taylor College also offers Tutoring Sessions each month, taught by qualified instructors, focusing on Math and Science sections. Students interested in attending must pre-pay and pre-register.
Please note the Tutoring Sessions are a review of the materials for the included subjects. Please be advised that Taylor College does not guarantee improvement outcomes and we recommend additional study and preparation of the above subjects.
Taylor College is a testing site for the National Healthcareer Association. Students who submit their application and testing fee into the NHA can take the certification exam at the College. Specific to the Test Preparation Courses offered at Taylor College, students who successfully complete the course are able to complete the following certification exams on campus:
Course: Medical Assistant Test Preparation Course
Course: Phlebotomy Test Preparation Course
Course: EKG Test Preparation Course
For test details, to register for your test and information about the NHA, please visit www.nhanow.com.
Taylor College welcomes students from a wide variety of backgrounds and learning experiences. Many students come to our institution with a firm grounding in a particular discipline. We recognize their prior learning by accepting College-Level Examination Program® (CLEP®) exams, which measure mastery of college-level, introductory course content.
Students who achieve required credit-granting scores on these exams can earn the credits listed below. Our institution will grant a total of 12 credits for successful performance on CLEP examinations.
College Composition Modular - 3 SH
Human Growth and Development - 3 SH
Introductory Psychology - 3 SH
College Algebra - 3 SH
Visit the campus or call to register for an examination.