Introduction to College 101 Mid Term Exam
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Grade point average.
A personal interaction between an admissions applicant and an institutional representative.
Record of all the courses you have taken for high school, your credits earned, and your grades.
Mid-Year Report Form
Form of your grades from the first semester of senior year
Schools review applications as they're submitted
Colleges admit all night school graduates
You're committing yourself to go that school
You send your application by the early deadline and the college gives you their answer earlier
Students chosen field of study
Decision made by an admissions officer to offer the opportunity of enrollment to a student
Decision made by an admissions officer to decline enrollment to a student
Decision by an admissions officer to to enroll the student only if there is available space in the upcoming class
College/university where you clearly meet the admission requirements
College/university where you have a chance of getting into since your test scores are on the lower side
Has lower tuition and is funded by local and state governments
Rely mainly on tuition and private donations provide financial aid to students
Prepares you for your bachelors degree, offers associates degrees, low tuition, and are often called "junior college".
Offers certificate or associates degrees and specialized training in a certain industry or career
A reward for the successful completion of a prescribed program of study.
After your bachelors, another two years of study.
Things a student does outside of school, usually to pick them apart from other students in the application process