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Applicants who have earned a high school diploma or who are in the process of completing high school credits within two (2) semesters are considered freshmen applicants. Admission score minimums are based according to class rank and are as follows:

If you are an incoming freshman in 2010-2011, then the following applies:

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RANK SAT®* Minimum ACT™** Minimum
Top 10% None† None†
First 50% None† None†
Second 50% 860 18-Composite Score
*SAT® refers to the Scholastic Aptitude Test which is administered by The College Board.
**ACT™ refers to to American College Testing Assessment® "ACT™ Test."
†SAT®/ACT™ scores need to be submitted, however, there is no minimum score required for students who fall within the given parameters.
If you are an incoming freshman in 2011-2012, then the following applies:

RANK SAT®* Minimum ACT™** Minimum
Top 10% None† None†
First 40% None† None†
Low 60% 900 19-Composite Score
*SAT® refers to the Scholastic Aptitude Test which is administered by The College Board.
**ACT™ refers to American College Testing Assessment® "ACT™ Test."
†SAT®/ACT™ scores need to be submitted, however, there is no minimum score required for students who fall within the given parameters.
If you have graduated from high school three or more years ago, you may opt to take the University administered COMPASS exam.

*Further testing may be required for placement

Freshman Procedures

Admission to Texas A&M International University is granted on a rolling basis – admission decisions are made as soon as all necessary documents are received. There are 3 steps to the admission process at TAMIU:

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TAMIU’s institutional codes are:

SAT-0359 or ACT-4215.