The Student Counselors of Texila American University guides and supports the applicants throughout the entire admissions process. The prospective student is led to fill out the admissions form.
Submit Required Documents and Fee
Once the application form is filled, the student will be required to furnish certain documents. These include:
- Personal Statement
- Results of the Qualifying Exams (‘O’ and ‘A’ Level Certificates and Pre-med Certificates)
- Two statements of good moral character from the Principal, Registrar and Teachers of the previous institute
- One passport size (2”x2”) copy of latest picture
- MCAT Scores (if applicable)
Texila Medical Admission Test (TMAT)
If the student is found eligible to apply, they will be required to take up TMAT, which is an MCQ based examination consisting of 100 basic science questions such as Anatomy- 20%, Physiology -15%, Biochemistry - 35%, Medical terminology - 20%, Organic chemistry and Biology - 10%. The Required pass percentage for acceptance of the applicant is 60% score in TMAT. The time duration for TMAT is two hours.
Multiple Mini Interview (MMI)/ Virtual Interview
On successfully passing the TMAT, the applicant will undergo the MMI interviews consist of several short practical assessments, usually 10 minutes each. Applicants will be presented with a scenario before each mini interview. The applicant will have sufficient time to prepare an answer. The MMI is conducted to assess the applicants on the basis of following parameters:
- Ethical Decision Making
- Critical Thinking
- Psychological Thinking
- Communication Skills
Admission decisions are typically made within two to three weeks after the personal interview, and a little longer during holiday and semester breaks. Candidates will be notified in writing with one of the below possible outcomes:
Acceptance: The applicant is accepted for the desired entry term. Accepted students will receive a Welcome Kit with additional forms to complete as well as instructions for the next step. They will also be working directly with a designated Texila staff member who will assist them with the enrollment process.
Denial: When the applicant does not necessarily meet the minimum entrance qualifications. Applicants may once again appeal this decision in writing with additional supporting documentation for review.
Review Policies and Procedures
If the request to review the applicant's form seems valid on the basis of their supporting documents, the applicant is contacted to further discuss the terms to proceed with.