- The THEA exam is a state mandated test. Registration is required for the THEA exam. Registration Bulletins for the THEA can be picked up in the Testing Center located in Hardin South, room 224.
- During the Fall, Spring and Summer semesters, we offer the Quick THEA exam every Wednesday from 12pm - 5pm in Hardin South, Room 219, but please arrive no later than 11:30 am to fill out the registration paperwork. First-come, first-served basis, maximum of 12 seats available. The time and location of the Quick THEA is subject to change without notice.
- Information on THEA exemptions and practice tests can be accessed by visiting the Registrar's web site at: http://registrar.mwsu.edu/success.asp
- What is the THEA and when is it administered?
The Texas Higher Education Assessment test provides information about reading, writing, and math skills on students entering public colleges and universities. The Testing Center administers the state-wide exam 6 times a year. Pre-registration is required. To get a registration packet please visit our office in Hardin South, room 224 or give us a call at (940) 397-4676 and we will mail one to you.
- What is the Quick THEAThe Quick THEA is offered during each semester, every Wednesday and various other days throughout the semester for those students who fail to take regular scheduled THEA exams. This test costs $40, has a 5 hour time limit, and score reports are returned in about 5 - 7 days. This test is a walk-in examination and you do not need to pre-register. It is recommended to arrive 30 minutes prior to the exam. Contact the Testing Center for the time and location.
- < What do I need to bring to the test?
You need to bring a photo I.D., sharpened #2 pencils, and a check, money order, or Visa/MasterCard for $40.00 made payable to NES. Cash is also an acceptable form of payment.
To see if you qualify for a THEA waiver through Financial Aid, click here.
- Can I bring a calculator for the Math section of the THEA?
Yes, you may bring a four function calculator; however, Scientific, Graphing, and Alphanumeric keyboard calculators are not permitted.
- What is the Quick THEA
- Is there an alternative test to the THEA that will be accepted?
Yes, the Accuplacer is a state approved alternative to the THEA exam and is accepted by MSU.
THEA EXAMINATION DATES:
|February 26, 2011|
April 23, 2011
June 18, 2011
July 23, 2011