Texas Success Initiative (TSI)

Texas Success Initiative Assessment (TSI Assessment)

If you were not enrolled in a Texas public institution of higher education prior to August 22, 2013 or are not exempt from TSI, you MUST take this exam.  Prior TSI exams are no longer accepted.

The purpose of this test is to measure a student’s readiness for college-level course work.  The Texas Success Initiative (TSI) Program is mandated by state law and requires all students attending a public institution of higher education to prove they are ready to take entry-level college courses which require reading, writing and math skills.  By law, the TSI Assessment, exemptions, and passing scores are the same at every public institution of higher education in Texas.  Please make sure you are prepared to take this TSI Assessment.  

The test is computer-based and must be administered in a proctored environment at a college testing center.  

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    Location: University Hall - Basement 004 

    Email: testing@uta.edu

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    Testing Services

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    Box #19555

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Our Mission:

Testing Services provides departmental, institutional, and national testing opportunities to students and non-students in an atmosphere which enables examinees to perform to the best of their abilities. This atmosphere relies on test administration practices which (1) adhere to nationally recognized professional testing standards and government regulations, (2) maintain the integrity of the testing process by incorporating ethical standards and security measures, and (3) treat all examinees in a professional yet personable manner. The University of Texas at Arlington testing office adheres to the Standards and Guidelines of the National College Testing Association.


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