Does Texas State require SAT 2021?
For all 2021 and 2022 terms, Texas State University will not require SAT or ACT test scores for students ranked in the top 75% of their high school classes for admission to the university, application to the Honors College, or for consideration for Assured and Competitive Scholarships.
What is the Texas core curriculum?
The Texas Core Curriculum (TCC) is a 42 Semester Credit Hour (SCH) core curriculum for all undergraduate students in Texas public higher education. Students have flexibility to choose courses from an institution’s core curriculum. However, that flexibility may be limited by the student’s major.
Which test is harder ACT or SAT?
Neither the SAT nor the ACT is “easier” or “harder” than the other – but different types of students usually do MUCH better on one than they do on the other. I tutor both the SAT and the ACT, but my reputation has been built in the SAT space.
Do schools prefer SAT or ACT?
Short answer: there’s no preference. A common myth is that elite colleges prefer the SAT over the ACT. In reality, all colleges and universities which require standardized testing accept BOTH the ACT and SAT. And college admissions counselors have openly stated they do not prefer one test over the other.
Is it easy to get into Texas state?
Texas State admissions is somewhat selective with an acceptance rate of 81%. Students that get into Texas State have an average SAT score between 1010-1180 or an average ACT score of 19-25. The regular admissions application deadline for Texas State is March 1.
Is ACT reading easier than SAT?
In this respect, the two tests are equal in difficulty. New SAT Reading passages are leveled for difficulty with each test containing easy, medium, and hard passages. In this respect, the SAT Reading Test is easier than the ACT Reading Test. ACT Reading questions are far more complex than New SAT Reading questions.