Ready for college classes while in high school? Gain skills and strategies necessary to score well on the Texas Success Initiative Assessment 2.0 (TSIA2) exam and take the next step to achieve your academic goals. SMU's TSIA2 preparation classes present information in manageable units, focusing on each component of the exam. Our experienced instructors will help you to develop the tools to take the TSIA2 with confidence, and they will walk you through the questions you may encounter on the exam.
Master math, reading, and writing skills needed for success on the TSIA2 and reach your exam date ready to perform at your peak.
All SMU Test Prep courses include:
- Hands-on instruction
- Experienced test prep instructors
- Supplies and materials
- Informative review opportunities
- Guidance for personal study plan
Mathematics Topics include:
Basic Algebraic Reasoning
- Algebra in context
Advanced Algebraic Reasoning
Geometric & Spatial Reasoning
- Surface area
- Right angles
Probability & Statistical Reasoning
- Classify data
- Appropriate representation
- Central tendency
Reading & English Language Arts Topics include:
- Literary text analysis
- Explicit information, inferences & vocabulary
- Informational text analysis
- Main idea, inference & synthesis
- Revision & editing
Essay Topics include:
- Evaluation & improvement
- Score rubrics
About the TSIA2 Exam
The Texas Success Initiative Assessment 2.0 (TSIA2) is a series of placement tests for students enrolling in public colleges and universities in Texas, including dual credit courses for high school students. The tests help Texas schools determine whether you’re ready for college-level courses in the areas of reading, writing, and math. Click here for more information about the TSIA2 exam.
About Our Curriculum
Using curriculum developed by experienced local test preparation professionals, SMU College Prep instructors are veteran educators who care about helping students achieve their goals. SMU works with our instructors to tailor our classroom and live online experiences to the specific needs of the students.
Who should take this course?
This course is designed for students who are dedicated to their personal academic success and is ideal for rising 9th - 12th grade students who are planning to take dual credit classes at a Texas college or their high school. Students should expect to actively participate in class.
Register early to secure your spot, using the CAPE student portal. Please be aware that insufficient enrollment may cause course cancellation.
If you need registration assistance or would like to enroll after online registration has closed, please call 214-768-2273 or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.