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sassypixie92sassypixie92 Registered User Posts: 15 New Member
edited September 2012 in Texas A&M University
If you're in the top ten percent when you apply but slightly out when you graduate what happens? Do they revoke you admission or still let you attend?
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  • Youdon'tsayYoudon'tsay Registered User Posts: 19,041 Senior Member
    What's your CR+M? There's the academic admit program that lets you in if you're in the top 25% and have a 1300.
  • whoareyouxDwhoareyouxD Registered User Posts: 35 Junior Member
    If you send your transcript in when youre top 10% then youre in :)
  • sassypixie92sassypixie92 Registered User Posts: 15 New Member
    Idk what a cr+m is??? lol and I've sent in my transcript that says im in the top 10% and got accepted but they require a final transcript from when you graduate.
  • cromettecromette Registered User Posts: 2,614 Senior Member
    You're probably still in. CR&M is critical reading and math - your SAT scores. The question is do you qualify as an academic admit regardless of your rank.


    they are ranked in the top quarter of their graduating class, and

    achieve a combined SAT Math and SAT Critical Reading score of at least 1300 with a test score of at least 600 in each of these components; or achieve a composite ACT score of at least 30 with a test score of at least 27 in ACT Math and ACT English. Students must take the writing component of the SAT and/or ACT in order for the test score to be considered, and

    have successfully taken all recommended coursework, and

    meet the State of Texas Uniform Admission Policy, and

    ensure all required credentials are received by the freshman closing date.

    Academic Admits
  • EtxcatEtxcat Registered User Posts: 149 Junior Member
    The ranking is taken at the end of your junior year. This is the time period the official transcript and ranking cover. What happens afterwards does not matter. if you were not in top 10% at the end of junior year but were after first six weeks of senior year it would not matter because that is not the official transcript and class ranking. Schools look at the 6th semester which is the end of junior year. You can read the 10% law as written if you don't believe it.
  • sassypixie92sassypixie92 Registered User Posts: 15 New Member
    ok thanks! I was really nervous! :)
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