Eastfield College will be closed on
Monday, March 9 through Friday, March 13.
Welcome to the Eastfield College Testing Center!
Location: Building C, Room 114 Phone: 972-860-7011
|Testing Services Hours of Operation|
8 a.m. – 9 p.m.
Last test administered at 8:00 p.m.
TSI Assessment testing between 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.
9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Last test administered at 4:00 p.m.
TSI Assessment testing between 9:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m.
|Hours are subject to change.|
The TSI Assessment is placement testing to help determine if you are ready for college-level course work in reading, writing, and mathematics. If you are an incoming college student in Texas, you are required to take the TSI Assessment unless you are exempt.
Not all incoming students need to take the TSI Assessment. There are many ways you can be exempt. You may be exempt if you:
For more information visit the website www.thecb.state.tx.us/DE/TSI (See #2 and click on TSI/Exemptions)
After completion of the Pre-Assessment Activity, report to Admissions, C-119 OR Advisement, C-120. An admissions specialist or academic advisor will provide you with a TSI testing referral.
The TSI Assessment in Mathematics is a 20 item multiple choice test that measures: Elementary Algebra & Functions, Intermediate Algebra & Functions, Geometry & Measurement, and Data Analysis, Statistics & Probability.
The TSI Assessment in Reading is a 24 item, multiple choice test that measures: Literary Analysis, Main Idea and Supporting Details, Inferences in a Text(s), and Author’s Use of Language.
The TSI Assessment in Writing is an assessment that contains a multiple-choice and an essay section. The TSI Assessment in Writing multiple-choice section is a 20 item test that measures: Essay Revision, Agreement, Sentence Structure, and Sentence Logic. The essay portion asks you to write a five paragraph persuasive essay (approximately 300-600 words) on a controversial issue or one of current interest.
TSI Assessment for course placement – Untimed
The entire TSI Assessment consists of 3 sections with an average test time of 4-6 hours. The computer adaptive questions are administered in the order below. Your scores on the initial questions determine if you will receive further testing on the diagnostic component or the Adult Basic Education component. (EACH STUDENT MUST complete the Pre-Assessment Activity at least one time).
Math: 20 initial questions, no time limit. (Possible 48 diagnostic questions or 30 Adult Basic Education questions).
Reading: 24 initial questions, no time limit. (Possible 48 diagnostic questions or 30 Adult Basic Education questions).
Writing: 20 initial questions, no time limit. (Possible 48 diagnostic questions or 30 Adult Basic Education questions and/or type an essay of 300 – 600 words).
Writing Essay of 5 or 363-390 with essay score of 4