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What is TSI and what are the requirements for completion?

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What is TSI and what are the requirements for completion?

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Texas Success Initiative (TSI) is a state law that requires the University to assess the academic skills of each entering undergraduate student to determine the student’s readiness to enroll in freshman-level academic coursework. Please consult the Tarleton Catalog, located online. /~catalog/2008-2009/2-Admissions.

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TSI stands for Texas Success Initiative and involves either scoring high enough on a state or national test or being exempt from the test because of earlier testing (such as TAKS, SAT, or ACT). If a student has taken any of the state approved tests (the THEA, Accuplacer, ASSET, or COMPASS) and has scored at or above the required score, then the student is ready to take college-level courses in English, mathematics, and reading-intensive courses. Important information can be found at this website and all students are encouraged to look at this information: http://www.shsu.edu/~reg_www/tsi/index.html. Information about the THEA and Accuplacer tests can be obtained from SHSU’s Testing Center at this location: http://www.shsu.

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