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Do most TX schools heavily favor in-state applicants? :confused: Is there a disadvantage applying from OOS?
Can OOS students be qualified for in-state tuition after the first year?
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May 17, 2011
Yes, just like any other state, Texas favors in state versus out of state. However, there is still a decent chance depending on which school and how competitive you are! I know the state of Florida has a very high out of state acceptance rate.
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