Pre-Assessment Activity

Before students are allowed to register for the TSI Assessment exam, they must complete the Pre-Assessment Activity (PAA).  At UTSA, the PAA must be completed online at:  https://www.tsipreview.com/welcome/ut-sanantonio

All first-time freshmen who are “TSI Incomplete” are required to take the Pre-Assessment Activity prior to registering for their TSI Assessment.

Students must complete their PAA online prior to testing registration. Registration for the TSI Assessment may be done online through ASAP after completion has been determined by the Testing Services office.

*The PAA can take up to 48 hours to populate into ASAP.

 

Register for the TSI

Below are our current options for taking the TSI

Option 1- On Campus Testing

  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.

Option 2- Virtual TSI via Zoom

  1. Take the PAA for TSI (It can take up to 48 hours for the PAA to show up in Banner)
  2. Sign up on ASAP for Virtual TSI
  3. Click “Student Services.”
  4. Click “Virtual TSI (Zoom).”
  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.
  9. Your proctor will send you the UTSA Virtual TSI Disclaimer (as shown below).
  10. Fill it out, and return to your proctor.
  11. Proctor will send you Zoom invite and instructions for your exam.

Option 3- Virtual TSI via Examity

 

TSIA 2.0 Passing Scores

TSIA 2.0 Scores (January 2021)TSIA Scores
(Prior to January 2021)
ELAR: MC 945 and an Essay: 5 or higherWriting: 340 and an Essay: 4 or higher
MC 910 and a Diagnostic: 5 or higher and an Essay: 5 or higherReading: 351
Math: MC 950 or higherMath: 350
MC 910 and a Diagnostic of 6