Yes! The sad truth is that once you have one semester of college course work completed your high school grades and test scores are no longer a consideration. University administrators only care if you are able to do the course work. Which tells them more about your abilities??? high school work or college work? Personally I didn't learn anything in high school and didn't even graduate at the top half of my class and it hasn't hindered me at all. If you don't get into the university/college you want the first year just "bloom where you are planted" and then you can transfer later. Transfer students have it a lot easier than first time freshman's trying to compete with every other applicant. My advice, don't even stress about it.
It shouldn't matter when you take the SATs. The best thing may be to take it in your sophomore year as a practice run, and then again in your junior or senior year. The pSATs aren't really a good practice test for them. if you take it to early colleges probably won't accept you
If you get good grades your junior and senior year some colleges may make an exception and let you attend there school.
Depending on how good you play and how good your grades are. Freshmen, Sophmore, and Junior year are prep years for Senior. Realistically speaking senior year is the only one that matters. Play good enough that year colleges will scout you. But colleges also look for grades now more than they used too.
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In order to be considered for a good college or university, you either have to do well on either the SATs or the ACTs.If you don't pass, you can take courses at a local community college to complete an Associate's Degree and often transfer into a better college without having SAT of ACT scores.
2.5 or higher.
You have to be the size of a junior/senior and you have to be really good.
it depends on your gpa, and the standards of the specific usc. plus, records show that this year is the hardest year to get into a good college. but good luck!
In basketball usually they go in their freshman year if they are good but if not they wait until their senior year or just get a job. For football freshman if they are great but if they want to improve or want to graduate they wait until their junior or senior year. Baseball usually people don't go to college for baseball but if they do usually senior or freshman. I am not sure for any other sports.
It is good to read because reading helps you increase your vocabulary and spelling abilities. These things can come in handy on SATs and ACT testing to get into college.
If you were to take multiple extra curriculars and join athletic teams, then yes, it is possible.
Good question! I thought not, but found that he did play for one year (1965 - 1966) for City College of San Francisco. He was Junior College All-American running back.
When your in college it is a different time and different relationship circumstance than in highschool as those variations of senior and junior don't normally matter being that your older now and it is not looked down upon and more accepted in college. The segregations of ages as in highschool doesn't exist anymore. If you like him and he likes you then there should be nothing wrong with this as your both adults now and can make your own choices/decisions.
There is a great website: National Junior College Athletic Association. The web address is: http://www.njcaa.org/. Click on "college tab" and select your sport and/or regional area. Good luck!
No. If a person who had a D sophomore year turned around and excelled in their Junior and Senior year, they can get into a 'good' college. After that first year of college, the same person having done well academically can apply to other colleges that may be better. It is never too late to get a good education. lol a d
The junior and senior prom is very special to high school students. Many places do not do speeches, but if there is going to be a speech, it should include references to the students, how they are great students, how proud the faculty are, and how they hope they have a great time.
science is good for becoming a scientist
Some colleges also offer certain courses free of charge to senior citizens as well. Yes a senior citizen can attend college as an undergrad with a GED. Good luck and go for it!!!!
More info: I was in high level classes all 3 years (honors and AP) with almost straight a's (one b each year, but a for the final grade) freshman and sophomore year, but junior year I lost motivation. The final grades ranged from B-'s to A's with a B-ish average, but for quarter grades I got a few C's and one D+. Obviously I can't get into Ivy League, but if I get straight A's first semester of senior year, could I get into a good college like Carnegie Mellon? Or if not maybe Penn State Main Campus? I know junior year is the most important year for college- can I be saved? :( ---- Of course you still can get into a good college . . just make sure you study extra hard your senior . . just as you did your freshman and sophomore year . . and you should definetely get into a good college . . .
Play in junior high and High school, get good grades to get in a good college, Try to make the college team, then enter the nba draft
SAT tests are important for getting into college. A SAT score of 1790 is a very good score for a junior high school student.
Yes. Good luck and God Bless:)
An University is an institution for higher learning with teaching and research facilities made up of a Graduate School and other Professional Schools that award Master's degrees and Doctorates and an Undergraduate division that awards Bachelor's degrees. Most Universities require four (4) years to attain a Bachelor's degree, an additional two (2) years to attain a Master's degree and another year ot two to attain a Doctorate. These time frames are general and can vary according to how many hours a student undertakes in each semester or quarter and the field of study in which they are enrolled. (I personally know one fellow who took ten (10) years to earn his Pharmacy degree which normally takes five (5) years to earn. Of course, after he earned that degree, he went into the insurance business. Go figure.) A Community/Junior College is an institution for higher learning that offers Associate's degrees. The general length of time to earn an Associate's degree is two (2) years. Some fields of study offered by Community/Junior Colleges can be completed in a year or less. Many, if not all, credits earned at a Community/Junior college may be transfered to a Senior College or an University. Note: Since good athletes are not necessarily good students, a current trend in College athletics is to have prospective football and basketball players who are academically ineligible to play for a College or University attend a Community/Junior College to bolster their GPA to the point that they can obtain admission to a Senior College or University. Some Community/Junior College football or basketball teams are capable of defeating Senior College or University teams although they do not actually play those teams.
I am not sure if you can get into a good college but you can surely get into a great junior college. If you have some kind of scholarship in sports, then you stand a chance to get into a nice college even with bad SAT scores!