The average composite SAT score for admitted Texas State University freshman is 1095 out of 1600. For perspective, a 1095 is in the 59th percentile of all SAT test takers.
The middle fifty percent of incoming students have SAT composite scores ranging from 1010 to 1180. The 75th percentile score is 1180 while the 25th percentile score is 1010.
The lowest SAT score accepted is not reported by Texas State but we estimate it to be around a 920 total composite SAT score.
The average score for Texas State students on the math portion of the SAT is 540 out of 800. The 25th percentile of students score a 500 and the 75th percentile score 580.
The 25th and 75th percentile range for SAT reading scores range from 510 to 600 and the average score for Texas State University students is 555.
Below are estimated chances of being accepted at Texas State University based on SAT score ranges and the overall admission rate of 84.5%. These chances assume you have an average GPA for the school, around 3.38.
An SAT score of 1180 or higher is very competitive at Texas State and is a better score than three quarters of students who are accepted. You have an almost certain chance of acceptance with the probability 92% or higher.
Scores between 1100 to 1170 are above average giving you an advantage over most applicants. Your chance of acceptance is very high, estimated about 85% to 91%.
SAT scores between 1010 to 1090 are still in the middle range of accepted students a but a little lower than the average. You can get in and have about a 75% to 85% percent chance of being admitted.
SAT scores from 920 to 1000 are on the very low end of the range where students are accepted. Scores in this range are not competitive with most other applicants but you still have a chance. We estimate scores in this range have less than a 73% chance of admission to Texas State. SAT scores below 920 likely fall out of the range where students are regularly accepted.Data Sources, IPEDS for Fall 2020 starting class
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Primary data source, U.S. Department of Education https://nces.ed.gov/collegenavigator/?id=228459 IPEDS survey data for Texas State University.