Do I REALLY have to attend a community college?
But my question is, what colleges will accept me? I know it depends on what I want to study, but I’m just asking about it overall. What colleges will I be able to attend?
I have a 3.61 GPA unweighted, 4.32 unweighted and a 2100 SAT score.
-volunteered at a hospital every week for two years
-taught at a science museum
-volunteered at an arts center.
-VP of the national science honor society
-I have a skill in dance so I organized a dance program for little kids which raised nearly $1000.
-biotech summer camp for one summer
-took dance for 8 years
-took singing lessons for 3 years
-debate team (3 years)
-environmental club (4 years)
-community/school volunteer club (2 years)
-was a finalist for a vocab bee 3 times
-won first place in singing once
What colleges do you think will accept me?
Also…isn’t the highest score on the SAT a 1600?
Second- there are many reasons people attend community colleges. Often it has more to do with the career path they want to follow than with poor grades or a lack of intelligence. For example if you want to work in the trades, culinary arts, early childhood education, cosmetology, massage therapy, nursing or any number of fields a community or technical college is often a better route than a traditional four year college.
There is also a financial advantage. If you are unsure of what you want to study or of what type of school is a good fit then getting your general education requirements done at a two year school makes a lot of sense.
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