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Credit cards are a fast and convenient way to spend money, which makes them one of the easiest ways to get into debt. There are some forms of Credit:

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honors classes give you extra credits and ap classes give you college credit if you pass your ap test.

Usually any number between 1 and 5. At Kaplan University, lower level classes are 5 credits and higher level classes are 6 credits.

Indiana Resident: one class, 3 credits - one semester = $727.20 two semesteres = $1,454.40 two classes, 6 credits - one semester = $1454.40 two semesters = $2,908.80 three classes, 9 credits - one semester = $2,181.60 two semesters = $4,363.20 four classes, 12 credits - one semester = $2,908.80 two semesters = $ 5,817.60 five classes, 15 credits - one semester = $3,636.00 two semesters = $7,272.00 Non-Indiana Resident: one class, 3 credits - one semester = $1,746.60 two semesters = $3,493.20 two classes, 6 credits - one semester = $3,943.20 two semesters = $6,986.40 three classes, 9 credits - one semester = $5,239.80 two semesters = $10,479.60 four classes, 12 credits - one semester = $6,986.40 two semesters = $13,972.80 five classes, 15 credits - one semester = $8,733.00 two semesters = $17,466.00

Vocational credits are credits that come directly from job skills classes. Some types of classes that give you vocational credit are welding and auto mechanics.

by taking so many classes (x) in college

Honor classes give you college credit, if you are stating from a High School standpoint. If not, honor classes give you more credits than regular classes.

Most schools will require eight credits, which is equivalent to two classes (language classes are usually worth 4 credits - 3 for lecture, 1 for lab). You should check with your school to verify their requirements.

Absolutely not. Students generally take AP classes because the scores can be turned into college credits, but the most elite colleges often do not accept AP credits.

There are many websites that offer online EMT classes. You are able to work at your own pace and set your own hours with these online classes. You can receive credits and certification with these classes as well.

yes you can by taking college course classes.

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A college "credit" is the unit of measure for how much education you have received. Some classes have only a few credits, such as those for physical activities (like skiing or bowling) while other classes tend to have more credits (such as physics). You will need to accumulate a certain number of credits in a variety of class areas (such as liberal arts, science, general education, etc.) to complete your college degree.

If you are taking insurance classes at an institution of higher learning that is able to offer credits you will be able to take insurance classes for credit.

Each class is three credits, except for labs, those are four credits. You can take as many classes as you want. Depending on your school full-time is either 3 or four classes, but you can take as little as 1 or as many as you can without getting overwhelmed. You don't really pass semesters, you pass classes. For example, you can fail 3 out of the four you take and still go on to the next semester, you would just need to repeat those classes at some point.

AP (Advance Placement) classes are classes that are for a higher level in a way than honors. It is a class that gives you a prep for college courses. If you even pass the AP test you receive college credits.

You need to take a full load of classes, to go full time. You don't have to have previous classes to apply for the student loan.

Take classes that are honors or AP. If you get an A in those classes it will be worth 5 credits instead of 4. Therefore your GPA can be higher than an A average 4.0.

Most high school classes are 5 units so 23 is just short of 5 classes.

AP classes are college-level, and if you get a decent grade on the AP exam in May you could earn college credits. Honors classes are just an advanced version of the College Prep classes. They are not as hard or time-consuming as AP classes, but they still are hard.

OF COURSE. no doubt about it. challenging courses provide you with more credits for college; more credits would help you through your freshman year.

Each specific 4 year university has its own rules about what credits they accept for transfer. The credits that are the most likely to transfer are from general classes such as the lower level math, english, basic science and history classes that most degrees require all students to take. You are also more likely to get credits transferred within the same state and if there is an agreement between the community college and the university.

Some art classes are acceptable for some types of college credits, but a lot of places limit the amount of art classes you can take to count towards your degree, unless if your degree is in art.

Ok, So... I was trying to look up what credits, and classes you need to pass high school. All I found was that I needed English, and math credits. Well, I know that.... but I'm not sure how many, and what other classes that you'd need! omg i wish i knew you should ask a teacher or someone like your mom or dad or some one smart lolz!

8th grade grades go toward high school classes, all high school classes go towards college applications...honors can get you into better colleges

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