The name has now changed to "TCAT" for Tennessee College of Applied Technology. I went to orientation yesterday. There are about forty students and fifteen alternates by my estimate, I think five guys and mostly not real young people, I'd guess the average age to be 25-30 if you don't count the really old people like me (49).
I did ask how many apply and how many get turned down, they said they had no way of knowing because it is all according to the COMPASS scores; so they essentially accept the fifty or so highest scorers.
What I was trying to say in my previous post above is I scored a 99 in reading and a 88 in math and they said that was extremely high. I just took my time in a big way and read and re-read the problems and answers. The reading part was ridiculously easy because the paragraphs that the questions are asked about are right there for you to reference! The math was pretty tricky. It's giving me a headache thinking about it. The one good thing about both sections was there are only four or five questions if you keep getting them right. My understanding is the computer adjusts the test according to your answers, so individual tests will vary.