What is the TSI2 Assessment?
The TSI Assessment (TSIA) is part of the Texas Success Initiative program designed to help your college or university determine if you are ready for college level course work. The multiple choise tests focuses on the areas that are tested are reading, writing, and mathematics. If you are an incoming college student in Texas, you are required to take the TSI Assessment, unless you are already exempt (look at the section below)- to determine your college-level coursework readiness. Based on your performance, you may either be enrolled in a college-level course or be placed in a remedial course that provides intervention to improve your skills and prepare for college-level courses. *Also, those students who plan on enrolling in our dual credit program and early college students should take the TSI test.
PASSING TSI Scores (January 11, 2021):
ELA: 945 Essay: 5/ or diagnostic 5 or 6 | Mathematics- 950/ or diagnostic 6
old TSI Version:
Reading: 351 | Mathematics: 350 | Writing: 340 and essay 4
Test Reading Writing Math
*STAAR/EOC and PSAT exemption scores are only for dual credit.
All first-timers must complete the Pre-assessment Activity. It is a requirement that you complete this activity before you take the test. The activity contains an explantaion of the important of the TSI assessment and how it works, practice test questions, and an explanation of all your development education options if you don't pass the test.
READY TO SCHEDULE YOUR TEST?
Step 1) To register for a TSI session, complete the Registration form. You can reach the form by scanning the QR code below or by clicking HERE
Available Test Sessions:
Saturday, February 6, 2021
Step 2) First-timers participants, MUST complete the TSI Pre-Assessment Activity found below. It is a requirement that you complete the activity before you take the test.
TSI Study Sites:
As seniors begin applying to colleges, remember that all Texas public colleges have access to a state TSI score database from which they can pull TSI scores from all around the state upon student request. The tricky part is knowing how to request that they do so!