Many students who will be attending college next year need to have their skills in Reading, Writing, and Mathematics assessed prior to enrolling in college-level coursework. Most colleges use the TSI Assessment (TSIA) to determine the proper placement in coursework based on the student’s skills in the respected area.
The TSI ASSESSMENT is an untimed computerized test to be taken in three sections:
(Full testing can take up to 4-5 hours)
Where necessary, you may be given an additional diagnostic test on a particular subject. This test is designed to provide more detailed information regarding your academic strengths and weaknesses. This will allow advisors to place the student in the proper coursework to enable the student to be successful in their academic pursuits.
Texas Success Initiative (TSI) Placement and Exemptions
Taking the Test
To take the TSIA, students must contact the NHS Counseling Office to sign up to take the test and take a pre-assessment activity (PAA). To take the TSIA Pre-Assessment Activity, click the link below.
Navasota High School
Students with Disabilities
If you have a documented disability and need test accommodations, contact the NHS Counseling Office at least one week prior to the date you are scheduled to take the assessment.