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2013-02-28 03:32:54
2013-02-28 03:32:54

Yes, it can hurt. Colleges like to see adaquate passing grades in all core subjects, like math. Please take that same math class over during your senior year, and make an attempt to really learn the subject. Not only will the improvment in your transcript look good, but it will help you to understand the subject better. Colleges, even junior colleges and community colleges, have all entering students take placement tests in math beore signing up for classes. The more you know, the better.

Please talk to your high school guidence counselor, career counselor and math teacher for more help. Remember, your math teacher is your friend!


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It depends on how good your are. the better you are, the higher the chances to be accepted.

The chances of getting in at least 1 of the 8 colleges assuming a totaly random selection is of 83%. But, obviously, this kind of math doesn't mean much in this particular situation since it mostly depends on the quality of your application.

I thing in this way many chances to get good colleges. Because in this year many students left their counselling seat, so therefore some chances to get good colleges. many top colleges have few vacant seat for recounselling.

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Chances are you will need to get a student loan. There are no free colleges online. Start by getting a student loan, and then look at online colleges in your area.

no - I applied to three different colleges three years in a row and never put them in the same order. The amounts of financial aid available did not vary. Some colleges have additional funds available for applicants in financial need.

Only Third Class and non recognized colleges will give you offer letter. And there is no visa chances on their offer letter. Mostly are charlie colleges like Stoufville College.

It most likely would help your chances when you are applying to colleges. It does look good when you get good grades even at a school with high standards. Even if it does not help your chances much, it will definitely make you more prepared for college.

The chances of getting into a college are determined by several factors including grade, SAT and ACT scores, and activities. To know the chances of getting into a specific college one needs to know the name of the college.

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Its Skilled Worker Program for Indian Student. There are really bright chances to be settle in Canada for Qualified Indian Students. 20 colleges under SPP Canada all colleges are Govt. Approved colleges.

No, it means exactly what it seems to mean. You took a chance on something and accepted your consequences.

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chances are not that good because you were stupid before and that goes on your permenent record a fairly good college would accept you maybe

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get a 4.0 and score more than a 175 on your test and try really hard=)

There's no minimum GPA requirement, but the chances of being accepted/transferred are higher with a GPA of 3.75

They do because certain majors only have so much room for their classes.

You have very good chances of being accepted into college. During the next two years of high school, just focus on bringing your GPA up as high as possible.

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