TSI AssessmentBeginning August 26, 2013, The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board is requiring all Texas public colleges and universities to begin administering the new Texas Success Initiative (TSI) Assessment. Any new student that has not completed college course work prior to 8/26/13 or met a state approved exemption will be subject to the new TSI Assessment requirements. What Skills Are Tested On The TSI Test?
The TSI Assessment exam assesses a student's skill in the academic areas of math, reading and writing for college-readiness.
Who Is Required To Take The TSI Test?
Unless otherwise exempt or waived, all students registering at a Texas public college must take the TSI test.
When do I have to take the TSI Test?
The test must be taken before you can enroll in any college-level course at any Texas public institution of higher education.
How Do I Resister For The TSI exam at Northeast Texas Community College?
The TSI test is administered on a walk-in basis. Photo ID is required to test (Driver's License, NTCC ID, or Pass Port).
When Will I Get My Scores?
The objective sections of the TSI test are scored immediately following administration. Examinees are given an UNOFFICIAL copy of scores for advisement purposes.
Will you send my scores to another College or University?
In order to have your scores sent to another College, University or released to an individual besides yourself, please download and complete the Authorization to Release Test Scores form. Once you've completed and signed the form you can fax or mail that back to us. For your convenience the fax & mail information is available on the form.
Related Links:TSI Pre-Assessment Sample Questions
TSI Student Informative Brochure
Interpreting Your TSI Scores
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This page last updated by E. Peters on 08/18/2014
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