AME and College Board Support AME will publish a registered webinar on June 5 to answer questions and complete the model and form. In addition, AME has worked with the College Board to provide instructions on how TSIA administrators can create a personalized report and view them on the ACCUPLACER platform, the TSIA data needed for the presentation is requested. This allows districts that are TSIA administrators or have a data exchange agreement with a university institute (IHE) to find accurate data. Tea published a letter to The Addressed Administrator (TAA) on February 6, 2020, providing an overview of the entire repayment process. In that letter, the AME stated that there would be a separate procedure for the introduction of a TSIA claim. If the TSIA is the highest cost exam for a student for whom the district has paid a refund and who is refundable, the borough must apply for a refund from the AME following the procedure described in this document. The TSI Assessment (TSIA) is part of the Texas Success Initiative program, which aims to help your university or university determine if you are ready for college studies in the fields of reading, writing and mathematics. If you are a student-to-be in Texas, you must hijack the TSI assessment – unless you are already excluded (read below) – to determine your willingness to work at the university level. Depending on your performance, you can either participate in a university course and/or be included in the corresponding development course, or in the corresponding intervention, in order to improve your skills and prepare for the success of university courses. The TAA has also outlined a procedure for the introduction of claims for sats and ACT-National Tags.
Currently, districts are not required to submit documents for SAT and ACT. The SAT and ACT procedure differs from the TSIA claim and will be published in the fall of 2020. Tea plans to use TEAL for this process and encourages districts to ensure they have adequate access to the platform. Note: This information only applies to personal tests. For more information on virtual testing, check out the information on our virtual test page. If you feel you are exempt, please contact a counsellor at your university. A full list of ITS waivers can be accessed in www.thecb.state.tx.us/TSI. Connect to the location on the email payment note at least 15 minutes before check-in. Late arrivals cannot be admitted to the test centre. Present a photo ID (driver`s license or student id are acceptable) and confirmation of payment.
The process for completing form districts must provide the Agency with the required data elements, which are included in the calculation table. AME provided a template for districts for use and/or replication, as well as instructions on the necessary data and transmission process found on our website.