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Community College classes while in high school


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Nov 15, 2007
Do they count.. am I supposed to report them to the AMCAS?

(They were 2 precalc classes that I used as credit to for college admissions)

However, CCs are still considered "post-secondary" institutions.
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They count for AMCAS, but they might not count for your 4-year college. Even if they do, they might not directly transfer as the class you want it to count for. Check with your 4-year university about transferring credit from that CC before you do anything.
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