Testing Information

  • How to Access Your Scores 


    There is a new Accuplacer (another name for TSI) Student Portal that allows students to print and view their own scores:


    Go to the ACCUPLACER student portal above.

    You’ll need to provide the following information:

    Name (full name)

    Date of birth

    Student ID: Depending on the date you took the test, this could be your AHS school id (lunch id #), your social security #, a number you selected, or your TX Unique ID# (you will need to ask the registrar for this number as you most likely do not know it)


    Which institution administered your test, not necessarily the building you were in taking the test! *NOTE: If you took the test at Aubrey High School, before the 2019-2020 school year, the test was administered by Texas Women’s University, therefore, this is the institution you would use. You may have actually tested on the TWU campus or on the NCTC campus.

    Submit your information and click “Send Reports.

    We’ll send a link to view and print your test results to the email address you provided when you took your ACCUPLACER test.

    Check your email

    If you don’t see an email with your ACCUPLACER score report, make sure you’re checking the same email address you gave when you took the test.

    How to Access TSIA scores video


    When available, your scores are posted online and accessed using your secure MyACT account. Scores are processed and added multiple times a week, so keep checking in if you can’t see yours yet. Viewing your scores online does not speed up reporting.

    Please note: Customer Care cannot provide your scores by phone, email, chat, or fax. 

    Multiple choice scores are normally available within two weeks after each test date, but it can sometimes take up to eight weeks. 

    Writing scores are normally available about two weeks after your multiple-choice scores.

    If you took the writing test, your overall scores are not officially reported until your writing scores have been added.

    For additional information and assistance on accessing your ACT scores go to:  https://www.act.org/content/act/en/products-and-services/the-act/scores.html

    or Call ACT at (319) 337-1270.


    If you registered for the SAT School Day with AHS, registered online or you registered by mail and set up a College Board account, you’ll get an email telling you how to sign into your online score report when scores are ready. 

    You will go to:  https://studentscores.collegeboard.org/home and sign in using the account information that you used when you created your College Board account.

    For Additional information & assistance on accessing your scores please go to:  https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/sat/scores/getting-scores 

    Your score report includes a detailed breakdown of your scores, information about what your scores mean, and how your scores compare to those of other test-takers. You'll be able to see your essay online if you took the SAT with Essay.


    You will need your first name, birth date, and your social security number. 

    Go to https://www.texasassessment.gov/ and look towards the bottom for the link to "Lookup Unique Access Code."

    Enter your information and hit ENTER. If you have STAAR scores, you will see on the next screen your unique access code. There is no need to go back and enter the code. Simply click the blue circle "GO" and it will take you to the latest reported STAAR scores.

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  • Interpreting Your Accuplacer/TSIA 2.0 Scores

    Click on the following link to learn how to interpret your TSIA 2.0 Scores : TSIA2 Score Report

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    Students may now register and pay online for the  ACT, SAT, & TSI.  ASVAB is FREE!

    Please click on the following links to go to the registration information page.

    ACT School Day       Deadline: Friday, September 2, 2022 @ 4:00 pm

    SAT School Day       Deadline:  Friday, September 16, 2022  @ 4:00 pm

    AP Exams                  Deadline:  Friday, October 7, 2022 @ 4:00 pm

    TSIA                         Deadline:  Friday before date of test @ 4:00 pm

    If you have any questions or need assistance, please email Donna Lincoln at dlincoln@aubreyisd.net

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  •  Preparing for the ACT

    Taking the ACT contains important policy information that examinees need to know for test day. It also contains instructions for completing the non-test portions of the answer document.

    Preparing for the ACT (paper) English

    Preparing for the ACT (paper) Spanish

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