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General Admission Requirements

Students who are requesting for a college admission will need to get a lot of documents together:

  • High school transcript – will be demanded both with the school transcript if the student is given college credit during his studying high school;
  • Application fee which is required in some schools and isn’t obligatory in others if the student isn’t able to pay it;
  • College admission test scores, such as ACT and SAT 1, are obligatory in the most four-year colleges or institutions of higher education. The period of these exams taking is the spring of the students’ first studying year or autumn of their second studying year;
  • Letters of recommendation. This document is needed in almost all four-year colleges and higher education establishments. The teachers, coaches, mentors, church leaders, employers can give such a document, but the active and long cooperation with the applicant is needed;
  • Application essays. Most of the four-year colleges and higher education establishments demand these documents to get to know more about their potential students with the help of their own ideas, thoughts and expressions.
  • Interviews. This stage is obligatory in certain colleges or universities. As usual an admission counselor is responsible for this interview and it takes place on college campus. The alumni representatives as well as counselors can conduct this interview at student’s place if he or she has no opportunity to come to the university.

Besides the points listed before there are a few general types of admission applications the students have to complete to enter to the school:

  • A specific school application – an admission paper used only at the particular school;
  • A system application – an admission paper used in all educational institutions.
  • A common application – a specific application form in some private colleges.  Distributed by the National Association of Secondary Principals.

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