## How do I study for the TSI test?

How do I study for the TSI Math?

- Pre-Tests. Start each section with a short pre-test to determine if you already know the material.
- Instruction and Guided Practice. Use video and audio explanations as a core component of your TSI math test prep.
- Practice Tests. Make sure you’re ready for the real thing.

**How many questions can I miss on the TSI Math?**

You will need a score of 351 to pass, which, once again, means that you can safely miss between 1–3 questions. The TSI Math tests you on Algebra I and II, Geometry, and some Statistics, only probability and measures of central tendency.

**How many questions are on the TSI 2021?**

20 questions

There are approximately 20 questions on the TSI placement test and 10 items on the diagnostic tests. Students are presented problems that includes diagrams, charts, graphs, and tables. Calculators are not allowed on the exam but the ability to use an online calculator is available for certain test questions.

### Can I use a calculator on the TSI test?

Are calculators allowed for the TSI Assessment? No calculators are allowed to be brought in to the testing room. A calculator is provided within the testing program, as appropriate.

**What happens if you fail TSI?**

If you do not pass one or all parts (reading, writing and math) of the TSI Assessment, you may be required to enroll in developmental education coursework or accelerated intervention before you can enroll in a college credit course for the subject in which you did not pass.

**What happens if you don’t pass the TSI test?**

## What if I fail the TSI test?

**Can you use calculator on TSI test?**

**Is the TSI a timed test?**

The TSI Assessment is not a timed test. The average time to complete all sections of the test is 3–5 hours.

### What happens if you fail TSI test?

**What grade do you take the TSI?**

All students in Texas public colleges are required to take the TSIA2 unless the student qualifies for a TSIA2 exemption. In addition, high school students can be waived from taking the TSIA2 by submitting approved placement scores, typically taken in the 10th grade, for 11th grade Dual Credit eligibility.

**What is the purpose of TSI test?**

The purpose of TSI tests is to provide you with useful information about your academic skills in math, English, and reading.

## What to expect on the TSI assessment?

Mathematics. If a certain score level is not achieved on any one of these areas,you may be asked to take one or more diagnostic tests of 10 questions each.

**How to read TSI results?**

If you were not provided a copy of your test results, you can access them by completing the TSI Score Search Request and choosing the “email me my scores” option. If you have taken the TSI Assessment at another institution within the last five years, please fill out the TSI Score Search Request form.

**Do I have to take the TSI assessment?**

The Texas Success Initiative (TSI) is a state-required assessment test to determine college-readiness in reading, writing, and math. All entering students must take the TSI test before enrolling in classes unless you are exempt or complete.