Student Member Site registration
Students’ conference registration cannot be completed until they have been registered on the TSA Student Member Site to compete in the 2022 national TSA conference. Chapter advisors should ensure that student competitors have successfully set up their accounts in the TSA Student Member Site, which requires parental consent. Click here for instructions on helping students register on the TSA Student Member Site.
Events with pre-conference submissions
Students will access the Student Member Site to upload competition components for the 16 events that require a pre-conference submission from April 15th until May 15th, 11:59pm EST.
Competition Component Upload Instructions
Student Member Site Link: https://tsamembership.registermychapter.com/members#
Students use their Student ID# and password to access the Student Member Site.
Events with on site tests
All testing, for events that include a test according to the current Middle School and High School Competitive Events Guides, will be administered on-line only at the 2022 national TSA conference. Written (paper) tests will not be available.
Individual participants, or each team member, must bring:
- One (1) laptop or tablet capable of networking via Wi-Fi, and running solely on battery power for up to two (2) consecutive hours. Google Chrome is the preferred browser.
- Optional: One (1) mouse
External keyboards and monitors are not permitted
Student competitors are responsible for ensuring that all competition-related websites and internet-based content are accessible from their laptop or tablet (personal or school-issued). TSA assumes no responsibility for a student competitor’s inability to access national TSA conference competition platforms and/or web-based content.
AnswerWrite is the platform for on site tests. Students should test their device (personal or school-issued) in advance of the national TSA conference using this link: https://www.answerwrite.com/tsa/nat
Students use their Student ID# and password to access AnswerWrite.
For team events that involve a preliminary exam, all team members must take an exam to determine an average team score. To take the exam, each team member follows the procedure list above for accessing the AnswerWrite platform
Registration for any team competitive event requires the identification of all team members.
A (one) team captain must be designated by the chapter advisor for any of the 16 events with pre-conference submission requirements. The captain is responsible for uploading the competition entry/documentation on behalf of the entire team. Team captain responsibility does not apply for team events that involve a preliminary exam; all team members must take an exam to determine an average team score.
*Does not include all requirements for competing at the 2022 national TSA conference