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No, because Texas A&M does not have Early Action.
They have rolling admissions therefore you can apply now until Oct 15 for Spring 2021 term or no until Dec.1 for Fall 2021 term.
Whether you apply now or Oct.15 doesn't matter since they review application as they get them.
Since 2/3rd of applicants get admitted, unless you don't meet the minimum requirements, you shouldn't have difficulty getting in.
Good luck on your college admissions journey.
So at a school with a mid to high 60% admit rate EA will kinda only help if you are statistically not a top applicant. If you are a mid tier applicant there isn’t much if any boost its the lower tier that has the biggest boost. But as about 7/10 get in as Cameron said it’s largely peace of mind but there is no big if any downside to applying EA besides less time to write essays and make your application.
Hope this helps and please comment if you need clarification as I’d be happy to help clarify!