depends on what your going to do. Are you going to apply to just the 3 texas schools, if so then just use TMDSAS.Underdawg said:For those that are Texas residents.....did you apply through TMDSAS and AADSAS both, or just through TMDSAS? Is there any benifit to applying through both?
Consider the cost as well, it might be cheaper to send your application to the schools in texas using TMDSAS, I think its like 75 dollars for all 3, where as AADSAS its a lot more, i can't recall the amount, but its hellva lot more.Underdawg said:I will be applying to both Texas and out of state schools.......in which case, it seems that you are suggesting that AADSAS would be just fine for both. So, in all reality, it probably doesn't matter which one I use, as long as the application gets in.
And I am definetely not looking foreward to this rediculously complex appication process for the next year of my life....sucks but oh well
toothfairy_TX said:If you're applying out-of-state, then do both. That way your certain that the texas schools are getting your applications in. TMDSAS is far more preferred for an in-state resident. Therefore, for the texas schools, you should probably fill out the TMDSAS application and then for your out-of-state schools fill out the AADSAS app. and just add on the texas schools for your own reassurance. That's how I did it, and thats how everyone I know did it.
unless you get a 30 on the dat, sorry but its true, avg gpa is around a 3.5dentwannabe said:WHAT IF.. I'm an out-of-stater applying to Texas schools? Do i just stick with TMDAAS?
should i bother applying to baylor if my gpa is 3.2-ish