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TSI Registration Methods
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    In Person TSI (On Campus)

    If you live in San Antonio, then this option would be best for you. We offer testing opportunities at UTSA throughout the week.

    Your UTSA student account will be charged $45 (or $50 beginning with your third attempt on the TSIA) at the conclusion of your test. You will not be charged until you complete the exam.
    Instructions:

    1. Take the PAA for TSI (It can take up to 48 hours for the PAA to show up in Banner)
    2. Log into ASAP.
    3. Click “Student Services.”
    4. Click “Testing Services Office (Test Registration).”
    5. Confirm your TSI status and click “Continue.”
    6. Click “Register for Test Session.”
    7. Select “TSI Assessment.”
    8. Choose a date, time, and location that works best for you.

    *TSI is being offered at both the Main Campus and Downtown Campus

    Virtual TSI via Zoom

    If you are interested in taking the TSI Exam at home via ZOOM, please follow these following steps:

      1. Take the PAA for TSI
      2. Sign up on ASAP for Virtual TSI
      3. Navigate to: testinfo@utsa.edu
      4. Search for the TSI page
      5. Download the Virtual TSI Assessment Disclaimer , fill it out and sign it. See form below.
      6. After the agreement is sent back to testinfo@utsa.edu and you will receive a Zoom test invitation which matches your ASAP date/time
      7. The TSI disclaimer is a set of standards/rules that students agree to in order to take the exam remotely.
      8. There is also a set of computer requirements that must be agreed to in order for the exam to work remotely.

    Your UTSA student account will be charged $45 (or $50 beginning with your third attempt on the TSIA) at the conclusion of your test. You will not be charged until you complete the exam.

    Remote TSI at another Campus (not UTSA)

    This option is suited for students who live outside of San Antonio. If you choose this option, then you will take your TSIA for UTSA at a remote College Board-approved testing site. These sites are typically colleges and universities located throughout the country.

    Your UTSA student account will be charged $45 (or $50 beginning with your third attempt on the TSIA) at the conclusion of your test. You will not be charged until you take the exam. Additionally, the remote site will charge a sitting fee that varies from institution to institution.

    Instructions:

    1) Locate a nearby site that meets the following criteria:

    • The site must be a member of the College Board Remote Testing Network. NOTE: the proctor cannot be your teacher or any other individual with a stake in your academic success.
    The proctor must be unrelated to you. Parents, aunts, uncles, older siblings, etc. are not allowed.
    • The site must be able to communicate with UTSA officials via a professional email address (e.g. john.smith@college.edu) and phone number. Due to security concerns, we cannot communicate with proctors via a non-professional email domain such as Yahoo, Hotmail, or Gmail.
    • The site must be able to return documents either by scanned email (preferred method) or by fax.

    2) Send an email to testinfo@utsa.edu and include the following information:

    • Your full legal name as it would appear on an official transcript (no nicknames or abbreviations).
    • Your UTSA student ID number (e.g. “@01234567” or “ABC123”).

    A UTSA Testing Services staff member will determine your eligibility to take the Remote TSI Assessment. The staff member will notify you via email if you qualify. You and your proctor will then receive a voucher number via email. This voucher number will be unique to you and will allow your proctor to administer the test remotely.

    *Note: This option is for students that live outside of the San Antonio Area

    *Examinees will be responsible for UTSA’s TSI fees along with the fees that your test center may charge.

    Virtual TSI Disclaimer

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