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Texas A&M Engineering

I applied to engineering at Texas A&M with early action, and I was accepted to the university mid-September. I know they say on their website engineering acceptances will come out by mid-December, but I am getting anxious! Anyone know when or how they roll out acceptances for early action engineering students?

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2 months ago

Like most colleges, they are not going to announce their EA decisions on a rolling basis, it will be a specific date and time like December 15th, 6 PM CMT, something like that. That was no one knows before anyone else and it's fair to everyone. I'm sure you will get an announcement in your email a few days prior to the decision date.

Hang in there.

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2 months ago

Hi, I think web site of Texas A&M needs to refine. Someone needs to recommend them a good service.

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2 months ago

Hi! I personally didn't know anything about Texas A&M until I googled it. However, based on this, what I found out is that most people get their admissions within a month. You mentioned that you were accepted to the university in general in mid-September. This tells me that you would most likely hear a decision within 1-2 months after this date because that seems to be the trend everywhere else is following. However, they may not be able to offer you a spot in the program until they receive all of their EA applicants in December, which is why it might take until mid-December. So along with this, I would say that they probably offer acceptance to the most advanced of their applicants soonest. For example, the highest GPA, SAT, strongest LORs and ECs, etc. So my question to you would be, how strong are these things for you? The stronger they are, it seems more likely to me that you would receive a decision sooner (but please keep in mind that even though you didn't get a decision yet, that doesn't mean at ALL that you won't get in— they literally just haven't decided). Again, this is really based on my personal speculation, but based on what I had read it seems to make sense chronologically. I hope that this helps you and that your wait isn't too much longer. Best of luck!! :)

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