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Can I attend college without a transcript?

You cannot. All colleges require transcripts if they are credible. If they do not, it is a scam. If your transcript is weak in some way, go talk to the admissions department of the school you wish to attend.

Can I attend college without a transcript?

You cannot. All colleges require transcripts if they are credible. If they do not, it is a scam. If your transcript is weak in some way, go talk to the admissions department of the school you wish to attend.

Can I enroll in college without high school transcripts?

In absence of a high school or college transcripts, some schools will require proof of your high school graduation or its equivalent, such as a GED degree. The office of admissions will request these documents in written form or by email before reviewing your application.

Do colleges know how many schools you apply to?

For the most part, the answer to this question is: no. College admissions officers don’t have secret meetings to gossip about which of the incoming freshmen applied to their schools. They are much too busy reviewing applications for that.

What questions should I ask about grad school?

Suggested Questions to Ask When Visiting Graduate Schools

  • Why did you (tour guide) choose this school?
  • Are you happy here?
  • What are the strengths of this school?
  • What’s your biggest complaint?
  • What do you wish you knew about this school before you enrolled?
  • What’s your most important advice for new students?

Do colleges accept high school dropouts?

I Had To Drop Out Of High School High school dropouts can feel lost and hopeless when it comes to pursuing a college education. But this hopelessness is largely unfounded, since the majority (up to 95%) of colleges and universities will accept students who have only a GED.

How do you skip high school and go to college?

Yes. You can either get a homeschooling diploma from your parents and use that, or you could apply to community college, go there for a few years, and then transfer to a university. Most community colleges don’t require you to have a high school diploma yet, and many won’t even require an ACT or SAT score.

What is the youngest age someone has gone to college?

Age at Graduation: 10 Michael Kearney holds the Guinness World Book Record for being the youngest college graduate ever. He was born in Honolulu, HI, and homeschooled by his mother. He was diagnosed with ADHD, but that didn’t hold this child prodigy back.