|TAAS||TAKS||STAAR EOC||ACT||SAT - Administered
|SAT - Administered
ON OR AFTER
March 5, 2016
|Reading - 89||Reading - 2200 & 3||English, Level II - 4000||English - 19||Verbal - 500||EBRW - 480|
|Writing - 1770||Writing - 2200 & 3||Math (Algebra II, Level II) - 4000||Math - 19||Math - 500||Math - 530|
|Math - 86||Math - 2200||Composite - 23||Composite - 1070|
Exemption is valid for a period of five (5) years from the date of testing.
Mixing or combining scores from the SAT administered prior to March 2016 and the SAT administered on or after March 5, 2016 is not allowable.
College Preparatory Courses in Math and ELA
|English Language Arts (CP110100)||Pass course and end-of-course assessment with a Grade of "C" or Higher.|
|Mathematics (CP111200)||Pass course and end-of-course assessment with a Grade of "C" or Higher.|
College Preparatory Course Exemptions are valid for one (1) year from the date of High School graduation.
Exemptions are also granted to students who have graduated with an associate or baccalaureate degree or students and students who transfer to STC from a private or independent college or an accredited out of state college and have satisfactorily completed college-level coursework as determined by STC.
|351+ or 349-3501 with Holistic Placement Option||230+||78+||41+||81+||College Reading Standard GOVT 2305 GOVT 2306 ARTS 1303/ARTS 1304 MUSI 1307/MUSI 1310 HIST 1301/HIST 1302 +Writing Complete HIST 2327/HIST 2328 +Writing Complete|
|349-350||227-229||76-77||N/A||N/A||NCBR 0300 (Non Course-Based/Semester Length)|
|Writing: E4/MC 339 and below and Reading 348-350 or Completion of ENGL 0100 and READ 0100 with a grade of "C" or better.||Writing: 180-219 and Reading 190-229||Writing: E6-8/0-59, E5/66-79, E4/66+ and Reading 50-77||Writing: E5/33-35, E5/36-39 and Reading 34-40||Writing: E4/48-52, E5/53-58 and Reading: 68-80||INRW 0304|
|346-347 and Co-enroll in INRW 0304 (must meet writing requirement for INRW 0304)||227-229||76-77||38-40||78-80||NCBR 0200|
|342-347 or ABE Level 5 or 6||0-189||0-49||0-33||0-67||READ 0100|
|341 and below or ABE Level 1-4||0-189||0-49||0-33||0-67||READ 0100 or ESOL 0051|
|E5+ or E4/MC 340 or E5/MC 339 and below and ABE 4+||220+||E8/60+ E7/60+ E6/60+ E5/80+||E6/40+||E6/59+||College Writing Standard ENGL 1301 + Reading Complete|
|Writing: E4/MC 339 and below and Reading 348-350 or Completion of ENGL 0100 and READ 0100 with a grade of "C" or better.||Writing: 180-219 and Reading 190-229||Writing: E6-8/0-59, E5/66-79, E4/66+ and Reading: 50-77||Writing: E5/33-35, E5/36-39 and Reading: 34-40||Writing: E4/48-52, E5/53-58 and Reading: 68-80||INRW 0304|
|E 1-3 or no essay/MC 339 and below||100-179||E3-5/0-65||E3/0-35||E3/0-47||ENGL 0100 or ESOL 0052|
|Both Essay and Sentence Skills are required for placement (E=Essay) (MC=Multiple Choice)|
*TSI Writing scores updated August 2017.
|350+||230+||EA 63+ or CLM 63+||41+||42+||College Math Standard MATH 1414 MATH 1442 MATH 1332 MATH 1324|
|342-349 with Holistic Placement Option2||College Math Standard MATH 1414 MATH 1442 MATH 1332 MATH 1324|
|N/A||N/A||100+||Students who score 100+ on the CLM ACCUPLACER may be eligible for MATH 2413; however, chair aproval is required.||Students who score 100+ on the CLM ACCUPLACER may be eligible for MATH 2413; however, chair aproval is required.||MATH 2413|
|347-349||220||60||39||40||NCBM 0001 (Non-Course-Based/Semester Length)|
|342-349 or ABE Level 6||200-229||EA 45-62 and AR 65+||N/A||N/A||MATH 0200|
|341 and Below or ABE Level 1-5||<200||EA<45 or AR<65||N/A||N/A||MATH 0100|
|349 and Below or ABE Level 1-6||190-209||EA 18-49 and AR 65+||35-37||36-38||MATH 04423 Co-Requisite: EDUC 1300 Frameworks for Mathematical and Collegiate Learning|
Students qualify under the Holistic Placement Option if they meet one of the following and co-enroll in NCBR 0300 Non Course Based Developmental Reading III:
Students qualify under the Holistic Placement Option if they meet two of the following criteria and co-enroll in MATL 0020 Math Supplementary Lab:
This course is designed for students who will take a College-Level Statistics or Quantitative Reasoning Course (non-STEM majors). Students choosing this option are only eligible to take MATH 1442 Elementary Statistical Methods as a College-Level Mathematics option.
AR = Arithmetic, EA = Elementary Algebra, and CLM = College-Level Math
South Texas College also offers a wide variety of testing services such as ACT, GED and Pearson Vue Exams. For a complete list of testing services or for more information, please visit the Student Assessment Center website at https://studentservices.southtexascollege.edu/testing/index.html, or by phone at (956) 872-3484.