Contents

- 1 How can I get my TSI online?
- 2 How do I get my TSI scores from the accuplacer?
- 3 How long are TSI scores good for?
- 4 What is a good TSI score?
- 5 Is the TSI hard to pass?
- 6 Do you have to pass the TSI to get into college?
- 7 What is the highest you can score on the accuplacer?
- 8 What is a good accuplacer score for math?
- 9 Is the accuplacer harder than the SAT?
- 10 Can I take the TSI at home?
- 11 How many questions can I miss on the TSI?
- 12 How do I prepare for TSI?
- 13 How do you know if you are exempt from the TSI?
- 14 What are passing TSI scores?
- 15 What math subjects are on the TSI?

## How can I get my TSI online?

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.

## How do I get my TSI scores from the accuplacer?

As soon as you finish an **ACCUPLACER** test, ask the testing center to print your **ACCUPLACER score** report.

**Instructions**

**Go**to the**ACCUPLACER**student portal. You’ll need to provide your name, date of birth, student ID, and where you took the test.- Submit your information and click “Send Reports.”
- Check your email.

## How long are TSI scores good for?

The college will use the following minimum passing standards to determine a student’s readiness to enroll in freshman-level academic coursework. **Scores** are **valid for** five years from the date of testing.

## What is a good TSI score?

You are considered college ready if your **score** falls within the range of 350–390. If your **score** is 349 or lower, you may be placed in a developmental course or intervention.

## Is the TSI hard to pass?

The **TSI** is not a fail-**pass** exam. Your scores will help colleges determine whether you are college-ready or that you require additional instruction before you’ll be admitted to college-level coursework. You are considered college-ready when you meet or exceed the following **TSI passing** scores: Mathematics: 350.

## Do you have to pass the TSI to get into college?

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 is the highest you can score on the accuplacer?

Reading, Writing, and Math Tests

**ACCUPLACER** Reading, Writing, Quantitative Reasoning and Statistics, and Advanced Algebra and Functions tests each **have** a **score** range of 200–300.

## What is a good accuplacer score for math?

ACCUPLACER Scores Table 2019

Section | Low Score |
Sufficient Score |
---|---|---|

College-Level Math |
20–39 | 86–102 |

Elementary Algebra | – | 82–108 |

Reading Comprehension | – | 78–98 |

Sentence Skills | – | 87–108 |

## Is the accuplacer harder than the SAT?

The **Accuplacer** is the sister of the more famous, more highly-regarded **SAT** — the Scholastic Assessment Test. The kicker is that bombing the little-known **Accuplacer** is a bigger obstacle to a college diploma **than** poor scores on the **SAT**, ACT, or any high-stakes exams required by some states to get a diploma.

## Can I take the TSI at home?

A **TSI** Assessment Voucher is required to **take** it from **home**. This is purchased with Northwest Vista College. The cost will depend on if you are **taking** the full or only parts of the exam. There are three parts which are Writing, Reading, and Math.

## How many questions can I miss on the TSI?

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 do I prepare for TSI?

**The Absolute Best Book to Ace the TSI Mathematics Test**

- Think of Math positively.
- Make the concepts clear.
**Practice**daily.- Choose online classes or a math tutor if you need.
- Review
**TSI**Math Formulas wisely. - Take
**Practice**Tests. - Register for
**TSI**Math Test. - Take the
**TSI**Math test.

## How do you know if you are exempt from the TSI?

A student who has graduated with an associate or higher degree from an institution of higher education and submits appropriate documentation of degree and official transcript is **exempt**. However, students are not **exempt** from **TSI if they** take courses **that** are not included in the Level-One certificate.

## What are passing TSI scores?

**Before January 11, 2021**

- Reading: a
**score**of 341 or lower. - Mathematics: a
**score**of 335 or lower. - Writing: a
**score**of 349 or lower.

## What math subjects are on the TSI?

What math is on the TSI? The TSI math exam is composed of 20 multiple-choice questions on the following topics: **Algebra**, Functions, **Geometry**, Measurement, Data Analysis, Statistics, and Probability.