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FAQ | Aquinas College

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FAQ. How many credit hours do I need to be considered a freshman, sophomore, junior, or senior? You need 0 to 27 credits to be considered a freshman, 28 to ...

60-89.99 Credits (Junior) - Montclair State University

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A student admitted as a transfer student at the junior level is required to enter the University with her/his major declared. An exception is made for those students ...

How many credits do you need to be a high school junior - Answers

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You need to have 11 credits but you should have at least 12.

Academics - Centennial High School Counseling

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Q: How many credits do I need to be promoted to the next grade: A: Students are ... 5 credits to be a sophomore; 11 credits to be a junior; 17 credits to be a senior ... You will only have to retake the semester in which you did not pass. Q: What ...

Academic Issues and University Policies - NIU - Academic Advising ...

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How many credits do I need to be a freshman, sophomore, junior, or senior? How do I ... How do I appeal my dismissal with the Academic Advising Center?

Advising FAQ - East Carolina University

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Sep 17, 2015 ... Junior? 60. Senior? 90. What do the following initials mean next to the ... What do I need to bring to the advising meeting that I schedule with my advisor? .... time you can register based on how many credits you have earned.

Frequently Asked Questions | Support and Services | NYU Tandon ...

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As a new student you will be assigned an adviser in the Academic Advisement ... How many credits do I need to be a freshman, sophomore, junior, senior?

Your Junior Year - Advisement

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As you may know, the University Advisement Center provides many resources to help you make the most of your junior year. Your advisor assists you in ...

How to Graduate Early from High School: 13 Steps

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Skipping a grade in high school means graduating early, as long as you have ... You can do this depending on your credits. ... How many credits do you need? .... Ask about taking college level courses in the evenings at a local junior college.

Juniors (60 - 89 credits)

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Juniors. ... ***This may take 2-3 weeks if you wait right to the deadline. ... Grad Plan" document provides the resources you will need to create your grad plan.

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How many credits do you need to be a highschool junior ...

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Jul 28, 2010 ... how many highschool credits do i need to be considered a junior? Judged: 676 ... At My High School You Need 10 Credits To Become A Junior.

High School Requirements for Graduation - Lame Deer Elementary ...

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schedule study halls, but if you do have a study hall for a class, make the most of it to ... Here is a breakdown of how many credits you need to pass to the next grade. ... 11th Grade - Junior. 12 credits. 12th Grade - Senior. 17 credits. Graduate.

How many credits do I need to be considered a sophomore? junior ...

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Mar 20, 2012 ... When you have 30 credits you will have sophomore standing; 60 credits is junior standing; 90 credits is senior standing. FAQS, Registration ...

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS | Advising and Academic ...

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Why do I have a required academic advising hold? It is critical that ... How many credits do I need to be a freshman, sophomore, junior, or senior? Freshman= ...

How many credits do I need to be a junior? What happens if I don't ...

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You need 56 total credits (including MSU and transfer credits) to be a junior. You are not required to have 56 credits at the end of your second year. Freshmen ...