Can you take the TSI at home?

Can you take the TSI at home?

You may test online at home on your computer for a $25 fee. You must have access to a computer with a microphone and a webcam, as this is how the online proctor will monitor you as you test. Please complete the TSI Assessment Request Form and choose the online option.

Can I take the TSI anywhere?

The TSI Assessment can be taken at any university, college, or testing center that administers the test.

Can the TSI be taken 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.

Can I still take the TSI?

The TSI Assessment is an on-demand test, and you may retake it at any time to determine your college readiness. It is best to avoid developmental education all together by becoming college ready in high school or before enrolling in at a college or university.

How do you get exempt from TSI?

» SAT Testing on or after March 2, 2016: a minimum score of 480 on the Evidenced-Based Reading and Writing (EBRW) will exempt a student from both the TSI reading and writing requirements; a minimum score of 530 on the mathematics test will exempt a student from the TSI mathematics requirements.

How long does TSI last?

five years
Minimum Passing TSI Standards Scores are valid for five years from the date of testing.

Is 930 a good TSI score?

A score of 930 is pretty low. It places you in the bottom 27th percentile nationally out of the 1.7 million test takers of the SAT entrance exam. Since your score is on the lower end of the range, consider taking a test prep course and re-taking the SAT to see if you can do better.

How do I get my TSI waived?

A student who is enrolled in a certificate program of one year or less will be waived of TSI requirements (Level-One certificates, 42 or fewer semester credit hours). However, students are not exempt from TSI if they take courses that are not included in the Level-One certificate.