What happens if you fail the TSI?
If you do not pass one or all parts (reading, writing and math) of the TSI Assessment, you may be required to enroll in developmental education coursework or accelerated intervention before you can enroll in a college credit course for the subject in which you did not pass.
Is TSI math hard?
But then again, if you don’t get properly prepared, the TSI (Texas Success Initiative) can be challenging and pretty hard to deal with. The section that causes the most trouble for quite a few TSI test-takers is math, but the TSI math section assesses math knowledge only at the basic and intermediate levels.
What color S was the TSI agar slant containing salmonella?
Result Interpretation on Triple Sugar Iron (TSI) Agar
|Salmonella Typhi||Red slant, yellow butt, no gas production; H2S produced|
|Salmonella Typhimurium||Red slant, yellow butt, gas production; H2S produced|
|Shigella flexneri||Red slant, yellow butt, gas negative, H2S not produced|
How many questions do you have to get right on the TSI?
To pass the TSI Assessment you must get a score of at least 351 in Reading, and 350 in Mathematics. The writing section requires a score of at least 4 on the essay portion combined with 340 on the multiple choice portion.
How many questions can you miss on the TSI reading?
For this section, you will have 20 multiple choice questions and several passages to read, some of which are reoccurring, so it helps to read slowly and carefully. Passing TSI Reading scores range from 351 to 390 with each question being weighted, so we are aiming to only get one to three questions incorrect.
What is the highest score you can get on the TSI reading?
Reading: a score in the range of 351–390 in the multiple- choice section. CAN I RETAKE THE TEST? Writing: two ways—(1) a score of 340–390 in the multiple- If you are not satisfied with your score, you may retake the choice section and a score of 4 on the essay, OR (2) a score TSIA at any time.
What is the color or TSI for salmonella?
Salmonella typhimurium ferments glucose & reduces sulfur. Would be read K/A, H2S….
|Yellow/yellow with black precipitate||A/A, H2S||Glucose and lactose and/or sucrose fermentation; H2S produced|