a measure of how a student GPA compares to other student in the same graduating class
most college/universities require essays as part of application.essay prompts are the question or statement to be addressed within the essay content.
income-eligible student may be able to waive or reduce college application fees and related ACT/SAT fees.check the college board (collegeboard.org) and or the college directly for more info about fee waiver options
many college/universities use common application system a basic college application that van be used for multiple schools
is the grade point average (GPA) of core classes (math,English,science,social study) not electives(art,sports)
most college/university award a bachelor degree when the student completes his/her required coursework and graduates
early decision is similar to early action but if the student is accepted to college /university it is blinding agreement
the term college and university can both represent four-year post-secondary schools.the main difference between the two is that university usually included four-year undergraduate
is more detail financial aid application than FAFSA and is required by some ,but not all,colleges/university
some college/university offer early action deadline usually in November)by which student submit their full application before the regular deadline
refers to college/university with focus and core curriculum that include classes in the art,humanities,social science,and science
Scholarships ,grant,and discount that college can award to admitted student without regard to financial need
the form to be completed to determine a student eligibility for federal financial
some college/university required student to submit their final transcript and discipline record at the end of their senior year in high school
is college applicant whose parents legal guardians did not complete a college bachelor degree
university that offer advanced degree award graduate degree upon completion.student must finish their undergraduate coursework
can included student of all races but primarily service African american student
unlike subsidized loan the government does not supplement interest accrued during college
student can get jobs on campus and the U.S federal government helps pay their work study salary
is awarded when student complete his/her four-year college/university coursework and requirement
college issue acceptance denials and waitlists student waitlisted may be accepted later if other student alrready accepted or ahead of them on the waitlist choose not to go to that school
weighted GPA include extra point on a 4.0 point scale for honor and advanced placement classes
many college/university application require recommendation letter about the application from a teacher and/or guidance conselor
primarily offer degree in undergraduate and graduate programs that focus on fine performing art
if an applicant qualifies based on FAFSA information the U.S government pays for any interest accrued
are typically school offer two-year degree in specific employment
some college/university offer a wide timeframe rather than a specific deadline
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