A way to go to college without taking the SAT or ACT is to go to a community
college, then transfer to a four-year college or University. Community colleges
offer open access for students who have graduated from high school or General
Education Development Testing has passed. In general, community college courses
that can be transferred is general education and electives. In some cases,
prerequisite courses, which are necessary for a major are also transferable.
Meanings of SAT:
Meanings of ACT:
1. Enroll in a community college for general education classes. Take advantage
of their special classes to any areas where you have a weakness.
2. meet with a Community College or advisor before the term starts and tell him
your future plans. Work together with him to identify two or three four-year
colleges that meet your needs and interests. Research of higher education to
ensure that they accept transfer students.
3. Find out about your targeted schools have articulation or transfer agreements
with Community College. The agreements ensure that the courses you take at
Community College will transfer to the University. Also find out whether your
targeted school priority or special account to transfer students who have met
4. Work with your adviser to find out any degree requirements, you need to
transfer. Include characters for specific classes, such as those relating to the
your big, as well as the overall grade point average.
5. Students may be able to transfer credits to the assumptions taken at a
Develop a training plan with your advisor. The plan will specify the courses you
need to transfer and any prerequisites, you need your big. The plan will also
include a time line, taking into account your skills and requirements of the
school (s) you wish to attend.
6. Meet with your advisor, when a semester (or more) progress reports control.
This will allow you to make the necessary changes in your training plan and
ensure requirements for your targeted school (s) transfer is not changed.
7. Apply to the schools you want to attend. Give yourself plenty of time to meet
the due date application. Collect all the application requirements such as
recommendations, transcripts, essays and portfolios of your work. Review your
application with your advisor to make sure that everything is in order.
8. Schedule an interview with admissions counselor at your targeted school (s).
While this is usually not a requirement, a conversation can make a positive
impression on the admission Committee, convince them of your sincerity and help
them understand the assets you want to bring to school.
9. If you have not heard from the four-year college (e) three months before the
term starts, you must contact the Admissions Office.
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