The Texas Success Initiative (TSI) is a assessment that is state-required to ascertain college-readiness in reading, writing, and math. All first-time college students has to take the TSI test before enrolling in classes unless you are exempt or complete.
1. Verify TSI status
Look at the list of TSI exemptions and score completions to determine when you yourself have already met TSI requirements in one single or higher areas (reading, writing, and math) or meet the criteria for an exemption. You need to show proof of exemption. You might bring your evidence of waiver or exemption, if applicable, to virtually any campus Advising Office. Those who find themselves not exempt/complete should go to Step 2.
You don’t have to use the TSI Assessment if you:
- Have earned a C or more in a course that is college-level an accredited institution. This course must certanly be equivalent to an ACC course on the approved ACC TSI course list. Continue reading Follow this checklist to use the TSI assessment test at Austin Community College or see whether you may be exempt.