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TSI TestThe latest version of the TSI test is called the Texas Success Assessment Initiative 2.0. It is sometimes referred to as the TSIA2. The purpose of this test is to help your college determine if you are ready for college-level classes in math, reading, writing. If you are not ready, it will help determine what type of developmental classes or intervention may be needed to get you fully prepared to succeed.
All incoming college students in Texas must take the TSI Assessment, unless they qualify for an exemption. The most common exemption is given for meeting minimum standards on the ACT, SAT, or statewide high school tests. There is also an exemption for current and former members of the military.
The two components of the TSI Test are Math and English Language Arts and Reading (ELAR). Each section consists of multiple choice questions, but the ELAR section also includes an essay question.
The test is computer adaptive, which means that it presents questions which are more or less difficult based on how well you are doing. There is no time limit, and students are encouraged to carefully read each question before choosing their answers. Here is the test structure:
- Mathematics: 20 Questions
- English Language Arts and Reading: 30 Questions
- Essay Section: 1 Essay Question