I'm thinking of possiblity going to college but
the problem is i didn't take my SAT's i'd like to go to a community college my question is will i not be accepted because i didn't take my SAT's will it ruin my chances? That's what i'm afraid of
VoiceofReason answered Friday December 9 2011, 8:42 am: I never took the SAT's and I graduated from both JC and a four year with honors. The school will likely have you take its own test to determine what your academic skills are and what classes you initially will be qualified to take. But that's about it. So go ahead and enroll and keep your nose to the grindstone. College is great and will help you grow tremendously as a human being aside from helping you get a job. [ VoiceofReason's advice column | Ask VoiceofReason A Question ]
nascarfan1987 answered Thursday December 8 2011, 5:44 am: You know, I'm in community college and I didn't even have to take an SAT. I had to take an ACT, but those are easy to schedule. All you have to do is search online for places that carry the ACT booklet, study; and than find a place where you can go and take it; (there will be certain dates) and schedule an appointment. You'll have to pay for it though, in the state I'm from (Tennessee) its like $20 the first time; and every time after that its $50. Get more information about what colleg your interested it, and see what it is exactly you need to be accepted. The colleges here require and ACT score of 21+; and some just require a GPA of 2.8-3.5 Depending on the college.
Just get more information and definitley ask questions as to what you need to have in order to be looked at for that specific college.
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