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1-My high School grades are more important than my standardized test (ACT, PSAT & SAT) scores?

TRUE OR FALSE

2-The College with the lowest price will be most affordable?

TRUE OR FALSE

3-Big Colleges are best if i haven’t decided on a major field?

TRUE OR FALSE

4-Colleges requieres you to take three years of english classes during high school?

TRUE OR FALSE

5-The Federal government provides most of the financial aid?

TRUE OR FALSE

6-I can get into a selective college if i did poorly in 9th or 10th grade?

TRUE OR FALSE

7-Colleges requieren yo take three or more years of math classes that are Algebra 1 ann higher?

TRUE OR FALSE

8-Anyone can get into a public university, but it’s hard to get into a private college?

TRUE OR FALSE

9-The first step to getting financial aid is researching scholarships?

TRUE OR FALSE

10-Only straight “A” students get aid?

TRUE OR FALSE

ANSWERS

1A  T– Your performance in HS is a better predictor of college success than the standardized testes. Colleges still consider look at your test scores.

2A F-Some colleges with high tuition have raised significants amounts from grants. They have more money to give to students in the form of scholarships, which reduce the sticker price.

3A F-Best college is one that has core requirements of distribution requirements that ensure you will explore new areas and fields.

4A F-Most schools require 4 or more years of english classes.

5A F-Private colleges supply the largest portion of financial aid; government grants comprise only a moderate proportion of the aid available.

6A T-Colleges look for improvement in performance.

7A T-You must take at least three years of math at the algebra 1 level or higher.

8A F-Some public Universities are among the most competitive to get into.

9A F-First steps is to complete the free application for  Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) .

10A FFederal aid is based on financial need.

 

 

 

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