It depends on what college you intend to join. Every college has a different standard, it is up to you know what are YOUR standards and if you can meet up to theirs. You should probably work on your GPA to get it up to a 2.9 at least. There are also books to help with SAT scores as well. Some colleges and universities require a GPA of 2.9 and a SAT score of 1000 at least. Others are a bit higher. You may also attend a community college that can get you up to speed on where you should be academically. You may have to take a few lower math classes and such to get yourself up where you need to be. Then you could transfer to a 4-year university. There are plenty of schools that will accept almost all students that apply. The bigger the name of the schools, the more likely its competitiveness will prohibit you from acceptance. Professionally, unless you go to a school with name recognition, it doesn't really matter where you go. There are some exceptions, but your best bet is to look for schools in the 3rd and 4th tiers of the US News rankings that have very high acceptance ratios (greater than 70%).
The process of getting accepted into a college is to graduate from high school and appilied to that college. First you must take your SATs. Then send your high school transcript and scores from your SATs to the college along with the application. It usually cost money to apply. Then you need to figure out how you will pay for school. Loans and grants are available. Fasfa is your best bet for loans.
Community colleges are way cheaper to attend than university. Instructors there are able to be more helpful than those in university (because they don’t have textbooks or research that they’re busy working on). Anyone is admitted, unlike university when you have to be accepted in. You also don’t have to take the SATs because you’d go to university as a transfer student. If you don’t know what you want to major in, you can take extra time in the community college trying to figure it out (which is much better than attending a university and figuring out that you may not like the field you decided to major in). The time spent in community college translates into two years of university. Many people stereotype community college as a place where dumb/unsuccessful high school dropouts and graduates attend after they’ve been rejected from universities. Which is only partially true. Community college is for anyone, no matter what their reasons are.
If you want to get into college, most of them require either the SATs or the ACTs But some community colleges and nowaways even some colleges are making scores optional like Mount Holyoke. It would be safer to take it rather than finding out later your college wants scores and don't have time to take it.
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