Texas Higher Education Assessment (THEA) Test Preparation

The THEA exam is designed to test the readiness of students for entrance into Texas Colleges and academic life.

The THEA has 3 components, Reading, Math and Writing.

arrowReading

The Reading component has about 40 multiple-choice questions based on reading selections. The selections are on different subjects, and are representative of what students will encounter in College textbooks.
Tips for answering reading comprehension questions >>>

arrowMath

The Math component has about 50 multiple-choice questions on math, algebra, geometry and problem solving. Students may use a calculator, (some restrictions apply so be sure and check first), and some formulae are provided.

arrowWriting

The writing component consists of an essay question, of 300 to 600 words on a given topic.

The THEA test comes in 3 different formats, the conventional paper test, a Computer assisted test (THEA CAT), and a QUICK Test. Check with your local College for dates and times.


THEA Test Preparation & Study Tips


arrowThis is a multiple choice exam.   Multiple Choice questions can be very tricky and in fact are designed to confuse and distract.  However, with a few simple tips, and knowing how multiple choice questions are designed, you can increase your score dramatically.  Comprehensive tips and strategies for multiple Choice exams with practice questions. How To Answer Multiple Choice

arrowHow to Prepare for a Test - Everything you need to know to increase your score on any test! Test Prep Secrets

arrowTime Limits.   All exams have time limits.  Here are some tips on how to make time limits work for you instead of against you.  Learn more >>>

arrowStudying and memorizing.   This exam covers a HUGE amount of material (but you already know that!)   Here is some help with remembering, studying and memorizing. 

    How to Study for a Content Exam
     Using Mnemonics to remember

Before the Test - what you just do before the test.

In the Test Room - what you must do after "You May Begin..." and putting pencil to paper - learn more

How to Cram - Cramming is not the ideal study method, but if you have to cram, here are some tips

How to Memorize - Using memnotics to memorize for a test

Mental Prep - preparing yourself mentally for an exam is critical to exam success - tips for mental prep

Procrastination - tips for handling procrastination



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