How long after do college classes expire?

Antsi3

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Hey,

So I always heard about college classes expiring after some time but I never knew what the time frame was. I was in a dual enrollment program during highschool (2010-2012) which I did take some pre reqs such as psych and stats. Would they still be valid as I'm currently applying for the programs? I received A's in those classes so I really hope I don't have to retake them.
I don't know if all schools are the same with that but i'm applying to a few in Florida.
 
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Hey,

So I always heard about college classes expiring after some time but I never knew what the time frame was. I was in a dual enrollment program during highschool (2010-2012) which I did take some pre reqs such as psych and stats. Would they still be valid as I'm currently applying for the programs? I received A's in those classes so I really hope I don't have to retake them.
I don't know if all schools are the same with that but i'm applying to a few in Florida.
For bachelors, no rule unless a specific program has their own rule. For grad stuff I believe it's 7
 

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Hey,

So I always heard about college classes expiring after some time but I never knew what the time frame was. I was in a dual enrollment program during highschool (2010-2012) which I did take some pre reqs such as psych and stats. Would they still be valid as I'm currently applying for the programs? I received A's in those classes so I really hope I don't have to retake them.
I don't know if all schools are the same with that but i'm applying to a few in Florida.


Depending on the school some say they expire in 5 years, some say 7 to 10 years. It all depends on the program. I just had to retake classes I had A's in because the expired and still got A's. It sucks because of the cost but the classes are still pretty easy haven taken before.
 
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