What is the Self-Reported Academic Record (SRAR)?
The Self-Reported Academic Record (SRAR) lists the courses and associated grades that have been attempted or will be attempted for high school college credit. It replaces the high school transcripts used by the Office of Admissions during the initial admissions process in most cases. All freshman applicants, with a few exceptions, will enter their courses, grades, class rank (if provided on transcript) and graduation plan in the SRAR. Since accuracy is critical, we highly recommend that you have a copy of your high school transcript available to use as a reference when you create your SRAR.
The Texas A&M University SRAR is separate from the admissions application and can be linked to your application only after submitting the online application. A SRAR account can be created at any time. Upon completion of the SRAR and submission of your application, you must link your SRAR to your Texas A&M University application by clicking the link in the ‘Documents Required for Admission’ checklist displayed in our Applicant Information System (AIS).
Who is required to complete the SRAR?
All freshman applicants must complete a SRAR with the following exceptions:
- Applicants not completing high school in the U.S. - must submit official or certified copies of all secondary school records and/or examination results. All academic records not in English must be accompanied by a certified English translation.
- GED graduates must submit their official GED transcript along with official partial high school transcript(s).
If you have questions about the SRAR website or trouble using the website, contact SRAR Technical Support.
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