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Would a GED disqualify you with college admissions departments if your new SAT score is 2210?

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2005-12-21 07:19:57
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NO With some schools, a GED will disqualify you no matter what else you have. They just don't accept them. If that's the case for your school of interest, I'd recommend enrolling in community college for a year, then transferring (then they won't care about high school).

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