0002 which college institute code in diploma MSBTE?
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stratford career institute is not an accredited school so you cant get into college with their diploma. I'll challenge that. As a high school teacher who's had to participate… in the process to gain accreditation for an institution, I want to challenge the answer given above by a previous poster (and too, what were that poster's credentials for making the claim he/she does?). . Our own high school gave up accreditation because it was terribly disruptive to the educational process, labor intensive, and exorbitantly expensive -- after we learned that accreditation did not offer any benefits. The main benefit we assumed it gave (college respect), it did not. The colleges we contacted said they do not even look at the box (it's a mere checkbox on some student applications) that ticks off whether the diploma-granting school were accredited or not. Our public high school, as do the others in the state, meets or exceeds the state's standards, which are much higher than the those of the accreditation we sought. We opted out of accreditation years ago, and yet our students not only get into any college they apply to, but they receive praise for doing better than their college peers from other schools once they're there. . In short, while it is true that SCI has no regional or national accreditation, accreditation probably has little to do with answering the initial question.. The best way is to contact the institution one is interested in attending to ask them directly if they, first of all, require a diploma for entrance, and if they do, ask second, wll they accept an SCI diploma.
This comes right from Stratford's listing on Wikipedia.org. "...graduates wishing to further their education at a school other than Stratford Career Institute should check wi…th that school to determine if their course work is transferable." Some schools will accept a Stratford diploma, but others will not. Your best bet is to check with the institution in which you are interested in attending. Sorry I couldn't be more clear, but the choice really is up to the accepting school. Here is Stratford's wiki listing: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stratford_Career_Institute And here is their web page: http://www.scitraining.com Hope this helps. Best of luck to you in your studies.
If the school does not have a regional accreditation, they will most likely not accept the credits.
on 17th of July at 11:00am
The colleges in Illinois do not recognize an actual diploma. Theywill recognize and give you credit for some of the classes you havecompleted at other colleges though.
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A friend of mine took the GED, passed and used it to attend Olive Harvey college here in Chicago.
Telephone country codes never begin with zero. The most commonly used international access prefix is 00, which would leave country code +02, which is an invalid code. Some …places use 000 as the international access prefix, which would leave country code +2, which is an incomplete code. Most country codes beginning with +2 are in Africa, but you need one or two more digits.
i think so it is declaired on 25th feb.
Universities, colleges and schools results are given to the students and, in some cases, posted on their own websites. Check the relevant website or enquire at the institution… concerned.
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Typically this would not be accepted. Still, you have to choose some colleges of interest, and then inquire about the entrance requirements. If you do not meet the general adm…issions requirements of the four year colleges and universities, you can certainly start with your home county community college which will be open admissions. After proving yourself there you can then transfer to the four year institution. The community college is a great place to start, and it will be much less expensive.
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Country codes never begin with zero. Country codes beginning with+2 are mostly in Africa, although +297, +298, and +299 are in otherregions. You need at least one or two more …digits to specify whichcountry. If you are calling from a place where 000 is the international access prefix, then you might be calling Africa (country codes beginning with 2). If you are calling within your country, you need to say which country.
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I think no