How many credits do you need to be a sophomore?
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How many credits do you need to be a sophomore?

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The number of credits needed to be a sophomore varies from one college or university to another. A sophomore is a second-year college or university student and each academic institution has a certain number of credits required for passing from freshman to sophomore.

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The number of credits required to be a sophomore is usually around 30, although this depends on the type and length of courses taken. Full-time students may need a different number of credits than part-time students. To learn the number of credits required to be a sophomore, students should consult their school's regulations before enrolling in classes.

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