If someone received a D in math class in their junior year will that grade affect the chances of getting accepted into different colleges?
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!
If you have applied to 8 colleges Each has a 20 percent admission rate. What are your chances of being accepted into one of the eight?
Does the order you list colleges on FAFSA matter for 2 factors 1 admission chances and 2 amount if any merit aid offered?
I go to a private high school and I was wondering if going to a college prep high school helps your chances when applying to colleges?
If you didn't do well your freshmen year but improve what are the chances that good colleges will accept you?
I am currently a sophomore in high school and I like to plan ahead My current GPA is a 2.5 What are my chances of being accepted into a university or state college I will be doing ROTC as well?
I would think, yes. Symbols are to visual experice what acronyms are to language. They are a sort of shorthand communication. If I say "FBI" chances are very good you know what I mean. But if I say "KPX" chances are equally good that no meaning is conveyed. Why? Because there is no accepted meaning for KPX. We have no shared experience of KPX.
What is the chance of a person from a small town going to a small high school go to purdue and then go to the NBA?
== == == == The chances, if you are among the best 2 or 3 basketball players in your small town and high school, are good. If you are not among the best, however, than probably very slim chances. Grades play a huge factor, too. If you don't have good grades, than you can't be accepted into some colleges. Chances Are good if you are reaaly good at basketball and good grdes. But Unfortunately The…
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It is an effort to right past wrongs, but it ends up leading to reverse discrimination. A 'white' college would be castrated, but since blacks were discriminated IN THE PAST, they are now allowed things like all-black colleges. It's the same principle as having scholarships and special college admission chances for minorities.
Yes, the United States is able to join the European Union, as any country is technically eligible. All a country has to do is swear allegiance to Europe and follow all rules and regulations. Now, wether they will actually get accepted or not is a different story. However, chances are the US would be accepted. The country boasts a great economy and military power internally and globally. It would bring much stability to the EU…
If you have two tattoos one on your chest and one on your back and you were wondering if it lowers the chances of you getting accepted into a university like harverd?
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There are some rumors that having rich parents and going to a prestigious private school would increase your chances of being accepted into Ivy League schools, but it no longer works that way. Top colleges now look for more diversity, economically, socially and racially. To drown out the rumors, ivies are increasing the percentage of public school students they accept. So, in all honesty a private school will not increase your chances of getting accepted…
If you had a low undergrad GPA 3.1 and a high grad GPA 3.9 with a Low GRE not even 900 do you have a chance at being accepted into another masters program?
It would depend on the institution you are applying to and their admissions requirements. Although many schools would not like to admit it. Most colleges and universities that require a GRE, do not put any weight on it. Basically, they look at the entire person and not just a part of them. I would say your chances are very good.