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Can you go to college at age 13?
Mary Baldwin is one of a handful of colleges in the United States that have programs that accept students as young as 13, according to a study done by Johns Hopkins University.
Can you go to college at age 16?
Yes, you can. I was able to start college at 16 as a dual enrollment student the summer before my Junior year of High School, and at the start of my Junior year I was allowed to enroll as an accelerated full-time student and I also took my AP courses at my High School in the afternoons each day.
Is grade skipping a good idea?
Overall, we found that grade-skipping is a highly effective method of challenging talented students and helping them stay engaged in school. We did not find any negative social or psychological impact of grade-skipping.
Can you go to college with a GED at 16?
Yes, you can go to college, but good luck getting into a 4 year college or university. Like some people have said already, GED ==> Community College ==> Work or Transfer.
Is GED easier than high school?
Although the GED test represents less of a time commitment than a high school diploma, it’s not academically easier. The test is graded on an equivalency scale compared to current high school students. To pass, test takers must perform on a level comparable to or above 60% of high school seniors.
Is AA a bad grade?
An A- can only be considered a bad grade if the instructor is terrible, or the student is a genius. In the American system, students evaluate the instructor who is grading them. Professors who give high grades tend to get better evaluations from their students. We should not make an A or an A- an easy grade to achieve.
Does Harvard accept B’s?
Does Harvard Accept B Students? Yes, just like I mentioned above, it’s completely possible to get admitted into Harvard University with B grades. Admissions are not reserved only for straight-A students. Personally, I wasn’t a straight A student in my college, before I applied to Harvard for my masters degree.
What GPA is a 90?