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No, undergraduate school is when you are in college attempting to obtain a bachelors degree.

High school in other terms is called Secondary School.

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The term undergraduate typically refers to higher education at the associates and bachelor degree levels.

Morgan Park High School in Chicago. Stanford for undergraduate. Cornell for Medical school

High school grades are generally not considered in the law school admissions process. Excellent undergraduate grades are required, along with a high LSAT score.

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No, you can't find a banking job without a high school diploma. You must obtain a high school diploma and a undergraduate degree to even be considered.

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The path to law school is high school --> bachelors degree --> law school. Thus, the high school GPA would be somewhat irrelevant when it comes to law school application provided that the undergraduate GPA of the applicant was good.

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It's someone who just graduate high school or still taking requisites for their major.

A postgraduate degree is a degree you get after your undergraduate degree, so for example a Master's degree or a Ph.D. A postsecondary degree is a degree you get after high school (high school = secondary school), such as a B.A. or B.Sc. A postsecondary degree is usually referred to as an undergraduate degree. (At least in my neck of the woods.)

In the United States, after high school you would need to complete at least three years of undergraduate pre-requisite courses then another four years of vet school.

Typically, undergraduate coursework is considered the next level of higher education beyond high school completion, and can start with either an associates (two year degree) or bachelor's degree (four year degree).

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First, you need a high school diploma or for some schools a high school equivalency. It would be better to have behind you a college prep program in high school but not necessary for some colleges (for example, community colleges).

For undergraduate school, yes; there are benefits to choosing an undergraduate school that's associated with a dental school, though.

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You can't go to law school right after high school; one of the minimum requirements for entrance to law school is an undergraduate college degree, preferably with a very high GPA.

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There are no prerequisite courses or subjects for admission into law school. Excellent undergraduate marks and a high LSAT score are the major hurdles.


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