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What is the admissions process at Virginia Tech?

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Most individuals applying to Virginia Tech must submit an application, proof of previous education and relevant test scores. Specific and additional requirements differ depending on whether the applicant is applying for an undergraduate or graduate program, and whether that applicant is a native U.S. citizen or international student.

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Each applicant coming from high school needs to pay an application fee and submit a completed application, SAT or ACT scores, high school transcripts and final high school grades. A student transferring into an undergraduate program at Virginia Tech from another institution likewise needs to submit an application and application fee. Additional requirements include the submission of high school transcripts and college transcripts.

Applicants to many of the school's graduate programs need to fill out applications, provide transcripts from previous colleges and provide letters of recommendation. Depending on the field of study, applicants may also need to take the Graduate Record Examination or Test of English as a Foreign Language and submit the scores to the school.

International students need to provide the appropriate documentation (such as an I-20 or DS-2019 form). If English is not their primary language, they must provide evidence of English proficiency.

All applicants need to adhere to Virginia Tech's admissions timetable, available on the school's website.

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