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ATI Exams

  • Create an account at (make note of your username and password)
  • There is a 21-day waiting period to retake the ATI TEAS Test and the ATI PN & RN Comprehensive Predictor Exam.
  • Once the purchase has been made, there are no refunds.
  • Arrive 15 minutes early for check-in. Late arrivals will not be allowed to test.
  • Must present a valid government issued identification that includes a current photo, signature and address.

NALA Certified Paralegal Exam

Knowledge exam must be passed before examinees are authorized to take the skills exam.
Visit NALA's Certification Page for more information.

Testing Fees

  • EPCC Student: $25 Per Exam
  • Other: $50 Per Exam

Texas Commission on Fire Protection Certification Tests

The mission of the Texas Commission on Fire Protection is to aid in the protection of lives and property of Texas citizens through the development and enforcement of recognized professional standards for individuals and the fire service. El Paso Community College, in partnership with the TCFP, can administer all commission certification written examinations for the LIT Regional Fire Academy as well as firemen from area fire departments.

  1. Register for your TCFP Online exam through your FIDO Account to receive your Exam Eligibility Form.
  2. Contact Testing Services to make an appointment to take your exam.
  3. Arrive on test day with a State Photo ID, and your TCFP Exam Eligibility Form.
  4. A $20 Proctoring Fee will be charged. You can pay using a Credit or Debit card or cash.

IT & Professional Licensure Certification Exams

Information Technology and Professional Licensure examinations can be taken at the ASC Testing center:
Register through Pearson Vue

LSAT Law School Admission test

The Law School Admission Test is a half-day standardized test administered seven times each year at designated testing centers throughout the world. The Law School Admission Council administers the LSAT for prospective law school candidates. The digital LSAT is offered at EPCC.

The Digital LSAT is the same multiple-choice exam as the paper-and-pencil LSAT, delivered on easy-to-use tablets instead of booklets. The tablets will be provided to test takers at the test center. The content and the structure of the test sections and questions are the same as the traditional paper-and-pencil LSAT.

For more information and to register for the test, visit

THEA The Texas Higher Education Assessment

The Texas Higher Education Assessment (THEA) is a tool used to evaluate English, Mathematics, and Writing skills of freshman-level students, gauging the readiness of Texas students for college-level work.

The THEA Internet-Based Test (IBT) is an electronic version of the THEA written test. Before registering for the test, examinees are required to create an account on the THEA website (Thea Student Portal). THEA IBT is offered at EPCC twice each month. Examinees have up to 4 hours to complete the exam.

THEA IBT Test Referral