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Does NYU accept GED students?
The admissions process is the same for all three schools. In order to apply as a first-year at NYU, you must be either: Graduated with a GED or high school diploma equivalency test and not enrolled in a degree-seeking program.
Can I get into NYU with a 3.0 GPA?
D. Yes, from 2017–2018, and about 6,000 enrolled freshman, 60 had a GPA lower than 2.49. 180 had a GPA lower than 3.0. I am sure all of them had something extra to impress the admission committee among 60,000 applicants.
Can you get into ASU with a GED?
Students may also meet admission requirements by submitting an official GED score of 500 or above for tests taken before January 2014 or a GED score of 170 or above for tests taken after January 2014.
Can you go to ASU with a GED?
Where can I take the GED test?
Students may submit GED results in lieu of a final high school transcript. Students can take the GED Test almost anywhere in the United States and Canada and internationally at any of the 3,400 Official GED Testing Centers. More information about obtaining a GED.
How do I submit my high school documents to NYU?
If your high school prefers email, it can send the documents to us at [email protected]. However, they must still bear an official stamp, come from a school official, and be sent from an official school email address. If you attended high school outside of the United States, please follow the instructions on our Proof of Graduation webpage.
How do I apply as a first-year student at NYU?
In order to apply as a first-year at NYU, you must be either: 1 Currently in high school, even if taking college courses, or 2 Participating in a dual-enrollment program, even if you’re earning enough credits for an associate’s degree, or 3 Graduated with a GED or high school diploma equivalency test and not enrolled in a degree-seeking program.
How many credits do you need to get a GED?
Usually, you’ll need to average 15 credits per semester. So, if you get 10 credits thanks to your GED exam results, you are a winner. So the GED is a true high school equivalency credential today.