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Texas A & M University - College Station

Students who got into Texas-A&M-College Station:

Tips mention: Interview (0), ACT/SAT (21), Grades (18), Sports/Extracurriculars (9), College Essay (10)
I took the university's SAT test in July becauseApr 14 2008Genetics
I took the university's SAT test in July because my original test scores were more then 5 years old.
SAT: 1250 Male
TOP TEN PERCENTJan 17 2008Meteorology
TOP TEN PERCENT. If you work hard enough to make it into top ten percent in high school, you shouldn't have much of a problem surviving at Texas A&M as long as you keep the same work ethic alive. If you aren't top ten, write essays that aren't totally lame and predictable and get some impressive SAT scores. If you are non-white you'll probably get in easier. Trust me though, getting top ten percent is way easier and there's no sweat waiting to be approved.

If you don't, go BLINN team. If you actually care and try hard, you'll be admitted to the University after a year or two at Blinn Community College.
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Not muchDec 10 2007Business - Management and Administration
Not much. The standards in Texas in the 90's were different than today. I was a B student with a low SAT, though I has lots of extracurricular activities and worked through high school.
For grad school I took a GMAT prep course in Houston and studied for the test for months. I'm not a good test taker. I had work experience in the same field I wanted to study so I think that helped.
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Being an out-of-state student, getting admitted took a LOTJul 03 2007Animal Studies
Being an out-of-state student, getting admitted took a LOT of extra patience and time on my part. I applied in early September and was not admitted until late April, and I can't stress enough just how nerve-raking those months of waiting were. We made sure to call admissions about once a week, if not more, in hopes of keeping my name fresh on their minds, anything to help get admitted. That way, if I didn't get accepted, it wouldn't be for lack of effort. I would recommend, especially to all out-of-state students, applying to other back-up schools, just in case. Also, if your are coming from out-of-state, apply for scholarships within the university that award at least $1000/yr as this will waive your out-of-state tuition and make you eligible for in-state tuition.
I wouldn't recommend if you don't have the 4CsMay 27 2007Computer Science
I wouldn't recommend if you don't have the 4Cs
(caucasian, christian, conservative, close-mindedness)
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