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Requirements for Community College

Hello! I'm currently in my junior year, and I've been considering attending a community college after high school before transferring to a 4-year university. What are the general admission requirements for community colleges? Do I need to worry about my GPA or standardized test scores? Any advice would be great!

7 months ago

Hello! Attending a community college before transferring to a 4-year university can be a great option for many students. Typically, community college admission requirements tend to be less stringent than those of 4-year colleges.

In most cases, you'll need to have a high school diploma or GED to apply. Some community colleges might have an open-admissions policy, which means they accept all applicants with a high school diploma or equivalent, regardless of GPA or test scores.

That being said, it's still important to aim for good grades throughout high school, as it could potentially help you with scholarships or course placement at the community college level. Additionally, maintaining a strong academic record while at community college will be beneficial when you apply to transfer to a 4-year university later on.

It's also worth noting that standardized test scores may not be required for community college admissions, but they could be helpful for course placement or meeting prerequisite requirements in certain cases.

7 months ago

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