Texas A&M University is the largest university for higher education in Texas and the fourth-largest university in the United States of America. Texas A&M University also known as TAMU was established on October 4, 1876. Formerly TAMU was called “The Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas“, that is why it was named after the initials of this college’s name A&M (Agricultural and Mechanical). Texas A&M University is located in College Station, Texas, United States of America. Texas A&M University is a land-grant public research university and a flagship institution of Texas A&M University system. Currently, Texas A&M University is conducting many research-based projects with NASA and NSF (National Science Foundation).
Texas A&M University was originally built to present Agriculture and Mechanical disciplines but it also hosted many diverse degree programs. Currently, the most famous majors offered at Texas A&M University are marketing, engineering, biological and biomedical sciences, management, meteorology, biochemistry and many other advanced degrees. TAMU brings faculty and students together by engaging them in innovative and advanced projects. The research centers of TAMU are highly reputed in the nation. They bring ideas to the reality that will ease the lives of future generations. According to 2016 reporting of university’s ranking, Texas A&M University is ranked #63 among other competing national universities of United States of America.
Applying to Texas A&M University requires the same procedure to be followed as with other universities of United States. Certain things should be kept in mind while applying to Texas A&M University among which their acceptance rate of applications is very important. Texas A&M University is “moderately selective” in its admissions. The acceptance rate of applications by Texas A&M University is 69%. This means out of every 100 applications 69 are accepted every year. Another critical requirement of Texas A&M University for admission purposes is:
- Tests including SAT and ACT
The average GPA required for admission in Texas A&M University is 3.55 considerably easy to achieve for any student. This is not very tough or impossible to gain and once attained will make your admission in Texas A&M University easy. The average SAT score required for admission in Texas A&M University is 1240 on new 1600 SAT score. Slightly competitive in SAT score as well. But with minimal efforts, this can be achieved, this SAT score and even higher than this will confirm your admission in many colleges and universities. The average ACT score required for admission in Texas A&M University is 26. Considerably competitive in ACT score as well. But not very tough that it may go out of range for an ordinary student. Finally, the Texas A&M University require your application form with all the bare essentials of admission. It normally includes your previous final transcript, your GPA, test scores of SAT and ACT, application essays (upon demand), letters of recommendation, any interviews you’ve given for admission purposes and any other required official document of your academic career. Provide all these documents before the due date to the university administration for evaluation.