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Talented Twenty


1. What are the requirements to qualify for the Talented Twenty program?
    In order to qualify for the Talented Twenty Program, the student must:
  • Be enrolled in a Florida public high school and graduate with a standard diploma
  • Be ranked in the top 20% of the class after the posting of seventh semester grades
  • Submit test scores from the Scholastic Reasoning Test of the College Board or from the ACT of the American College Testing program prior to enrollment to a university in the State University System
  • Complete all eighteen core course requirements for state university admission. (BOG Regulation 6.002(6)(c), FAC)


2. What are the benefits of being eligible for the Talented Twenty program?
3. What courses count toward the eighteen core course requirements for state university admission?
4. After a student has been denied acceptance at one or more universities, what should the student do?
5. Does a student have to complete an application to be considered for the Talented Twenty program?
6. Is the Talented Twenty program also a scholarship award program?
7. What is financial aid?
8. How can a student obtain financial assistance?
9. How can a student obtain an evaluation of their progress toward meeting the eighteen core course requirements for State University System admission?
10. Where can I find the official requirements for the Talented Twenty program?