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A dual credit course is a college course you can take during high school to earn both high school and college credits. The classes are often taught at the high school during school hours.
Advanced placement courses offer North Dakota high school students the opportunity to take rigorous, college-level courses and earn college credit while in high school.
What if you could skip college classes because you already learned the material in high school? You may be able to do just that after your senior year of high school by taking CLEP or DSST exams.
It’s quite common for students to transfer from one college to another, but it’s important to know if there are restrictions on transferring credits.
It’s quite common for students to transfer from one college to another. Regardless of the reason for the transfer, it’s important to visit with admissions officers about the best options and ask if there are restrictions on transferring credits.