Tag: deciding to transfer

Should I transfer?

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The most important thing you can do is evaluate you current situation closely and make the decision that is best for you. Transferring schools is not the simplest process, but if you do your research and get organized, transferring schools can be fairly easy and beneficial. read more

Should I transfer after one year of community college or wait until I get my associate degree?

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You should explore the benefits and downsides of each option if you're asking yourself this question. After one year of college, you can often transfer to a four-year school having some academic work behind you other than your high school transcript. Economically, a community college is a great cost-effective way to start your education. read more

How do I decide where to transfer?

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You've gone through the admission process once, during which you learned quite a bit about how to research colleges and how to get information on majors, costs, and financial aid. read more

If I transfer colleges, do I still have to provide my high school transcript?

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Colleges usually need to receive your high school transcript unless you will complete your associate degree before you enroll. Also, at some schools, if you haven't completed a certain amount of class hours or course credits, you'll need to provide a high school transcript. read more