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Usually still good Generally, yes. I went back to college after a 10 year gap and found that all most all of my credits were still good. I did have to retake a few courses because the material had been much-updated since the first time I took them. It really depends on the college you are applying to- you are kind of at their mercy as far as what they decide is still valid! Hope that helps you some.
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