How can somebody that couldn't graduate high school get into college?
- Sam SpayedLv 71 month ago
You need a high school diploma or a GED (or state equivalent) to be admitted into any accredited college in the U.S. (other than in a dual degree program, in which a student takes college classes for high school credit).
- abdulLv 71 month ago
By applying to a college that will accept a GED as college prep.
- Mr. SmartypantsLv 71 month ago
It used to be that junior colleges would accept anyone, regardless of education level, as long as you could read and write. Today they're called 'community colleges' and I think the minimum requirement is a GED, but that's not so hard to get for a person of average intelligence (or a little more or less). If you work hard, you could do well enough in a 2-year college to transfer to a 4-year college and get a bachelor's degree And based on how well you do there, you could go for an advanced degree.