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Yeah definitely, but if I were you, I would go and talk to my councelor and ask them what I could take in a community college that would give me the equal amount of credits( or higher). I would go to a local college, and ask them what courses are available and when. You have to fill in 2 forms, a high school student form and another is the account form. After that, you have to get signatures from your teachers, councelor, and your principal saying that youre clear to take the classes and then you can turn the form in and you can take courses at your community college for extra credits which count like Honors. They could be pretty tough, but thats the only thing I can think of. You can take 2 classes per semester, which means, if you get an A, which is pretty hard, then you would have a 4.2. And if you take another class and finish with an A, then you would have a 4.4.
So good luck, I hope this helped.
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Written by Sara Cervantes
Most students absolutely love Columbia. They discovered the school that filled their academic, social, and professional needs. Since Columbia is so selective, most people who attend are thrilled to be here and would never wish to be anywhere else.
Columbia has the potential to give any student what they are looking for-be it prestige, socialization, culture, or a degree from one of the finest schools in the world. The city is not for the weak-hearted. Those who need hand-holding may not find that kind of support here, but then again, they might, if they look in the right place. It takes time to find and access the things you want and need (and often students discover fulfillment in things they never thought they'd like before like exploring the city late at night or finding joy in Medieval Italian Literature), but if you're willing to work a little bit and leave a little up to chance, you may get more out of college than most of your high school friends who went to smaller, less diverse schools with fewer opportunities. Sure, there are some disappointments, but on the whole, there is no place like Columbia in the city of New York-a place where you can not only get an Ivy League education, but also enjoy everything that the most exciting city in the world has to offer.
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