According to Harvard’s own website, “they pay careful, individual attention to every application they receive, which means there are no “set guidelines for Harvard admission.” If you need to take remedies in one or all of your core subjects, you must first take them without obtaining a university credit before you are allowed to take regular college courses in those subjects. To officially take the GED test, you must be at least 16 years old, do not have a high school degree, are not currently enrolled in college, and be a resident of the state or country for a set period of time. You can go to college with a GED.
Can you go to college with a GED? Yes, you can get in and eventually earn the degree or certificate you want.
How do I get into college with a GED?
No one’s ever made a big deal with a GED, and I’ve never had to explain why to a college or employer either. The GED testing service states that over 60% of the youngest GED recipients are currently enrolled in college, and over 97% of all colleges and employers accept a GED. Many four-year universities also use results from standardized tests such as SAT and ACT to evaluate candidates. These statistics are encouraging, and what’s more, GED graduates are persistent and 90% of them have graduated from college.
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