Can you take the TSI test online?

The TSI Assessment exam is available online through Examity, a remote proctoring service for students who may not be able to test on campus due to COVID-19, who live out of state, or reside in a different country. Please note there is a list of requirements that need to be completed before taking the TSI exam online.

Where can I take the TSI test in San Antonio?

The San Antonio College Assessment and Testing Center
The San Antonio College Assessment and Testing Center provides testing services to students of San Antonio College and to the Community. Services include test administration of the TSI Exam for college placement, CLEP, TEAS, TCEQ, GED and external proctoring of the TSI.

Can I take the TSI in college?

The TSI Assessment can be taken at any university, college, or testing center that administers the test. If you would like to take the TSI Assessment on the Texas Tech University campus, Academic Testing Services administers the assessment in West Hall Room 214 Monday through Friday from 8:00am to 2:00pm.

How much does the TSI cost?

How much does the TSI Test cost? The TSI Test costs $29.00 and that fee is paid to the testing institution at the time of testing. There are no fee waivers available for the TSI Test. You must contact the school and arrange to take the test on your own, most schools have a testing office.

How can I take TSI at home?

To test at home, please follow the following steps:

  1. Have a current ApplyTexas application on file.
  2. Complete the AlamoEnroll Modules in your ACES account.
  3. Contact the Palo Alto College Testing Center to verify if testing is required.
  4. If testing is required, the TSI fees can be paid through the Virtual Business office.

Is TSI required for UTSA?

The Texas Success Initiative (TSI) is a state mandate required for all incoming students to be assessed in the areas of math, reading and writing. Unless you’re exempt, you’ll need to take it and report your score to UTSA before Orientation.

What happens if you fail your TSI?

You cannot pass or fail the TSI assessment. Based on how you perform, you may either enroll in: College-level courses that match your skill level, or. College readiness courses or interventions to improve your skills and prepare you for success in college-level courses.

Is the TSI hard to pass?

The difficulty of the TSI math test questions depends on the test taker. Because the TSI is a computer-adaptive test, the next question will be more difficult if the test taker answers the question correctly. However, the more difficult questions are answered, the higher the possible score will be.

What happens if I fail the TSI?

If you do not pass one or all parts (reading, writing and math) of the TSI Assessment, you may be required to enroll in developmental education coursework or accelerated intervention before you can enroll in a college credit course for the subject in which you did not pass.

What is the lowest score on TSI?

The TSI Assessments measure college readiness in reading, writing, and math. The scores are used for college placement purposes. Examinees take a placement test of 20-25 items per section, which produces a numeric scale score ranging from 310 to 390.

Is the TSI on paper?

Essay Section You will not be allowed to use a dictionary or other outside resources, but you may use plain scratch paper (provided at the testing center) to plan your essay and write your rough draft(s).