income-eligible students may be able to waive or reduce college application fees and related ACT/SAT fees check the colleges board (college board.org) and/or the college directly for more info about fee waiver options.
A measures of how a students GPA compares to other students in the same graduating class (e.g., "top 10%",top 25%
is the great point average (GPA) of core classes (e.g., math English,science,social studies) not electives (e.g.,sports,arts).
most colleges/universities require essays as part of the application. Essay prompts are the questions or statement to be addressed within the essay content
some colleges/universities require students to submit their final transcripts and discipline records at the end of their senior year in high school a significant slip in grades,attendance, or discipline records could jeopardize college acceptance status
most college/universities award a "bachelor's degree" when the students completes his/her required coursework and graduate's
scholarship grants,and discounts that colleges that can award to admitted students without regard to financial needs.Merit aid may be based on specific achievements (e.g.,academic,athletic,artistic) or other characteristics (e.g.,demographics)
the terms "college" and "university" can both represent four-year post-secondary schools. The main difference between the two is that universities usually include four-year undergraduate degrees and graduate degrees,whereas most colleges do not have graduate programs.
many colleges/universities use the "Common Application" system, a basic college application that can be used for multiple schools. see www.common .org for more information.
is a more detailed financial aid application than the FAFSA and is required by some ,but not all,colleges/universities
Early decisions is similar to early action,but if the student is accepted to the college/university, it is a binding agreement and the student must attend that school. Early decision application are only prudent if it is definitely a "first choice" school.
Refers to colleges/universities with a focus and core curriculum that includes classes in the arts,humanities,social sciences, and sciences.
Some colleges/universities offer "early action" deadlines (usually in November), by which students submit their full application before the regular deadline (usually in December or January) and receive their acceptance status earlier than the regular deadline. if accepted, the student does not have to commit to attending the school. See "early decision"
can include students of all races but primary serves African American students. Many Historically Black Colleges or Universities were formed after the American Civil War to offer graduate and undergraduate degrees for black Americans.
the form to be completed to determine a students eligibility for federal financial aid, which is based primarily on the students family's annual income and assets. See fafsa.ed.gov for more information.
Is a college applicant whose parents legal guardians did not complete a college bachelors degree, the application would still be first-generation college student.
Universities that offer advanced degrees upon completion. Students must finish their undergraduate coursework before beginning a graduate coursework before beginning a graduate degree program.
Crossword puzzles have been published in newspapers and other publications since 1873. They consist of a grid of squares where the player aims to write words both horizontally and vertically.
Next to the crossword will be a series of questions or clues, which relate to the various rows or lines of boxes in the crossword. The player reads the question or clue, and tries to find a word that answers the question in the same amount of letters as there are boxes in the related crossword row or line.
Some of the words will share letters, so will need to match up with each other. The words can vary in length and complexity, as can the clues.
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