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Don't let a rejection letter stop your college dreams


Friday, July 01, 2011
When colleges and universities mail out their acceptance letters, some high school students may be excited, but the majority are probably a bit anxious. While many individuals get good news from their top choices, others may be disappointed.

A mailbox full of rejection letters is the worst-case scenario for prospective college students. However, a lack of acceptance letters does not mean the end of one's college dreams.

Individuals who are still determined to attend college immediately following high school should research schools that have late or rolling admissions policies that extend into the summer months, FOX Business reports.

Students may also want to consider enrolling in a community college. In addition to providing young adults with two years of education, the news source states that attending a community college can also help students save a lot of money.

While there are any number of reasons why a student might receive a rejection letter, inadequate grades or test scores are two of the most likely ones. To boost those grades and improve their college acceptance chances later, those students might benefit from starting off at a community college and getting an associate's degree before considering a four year degree.ADNFCR-16000756-ID-800544264-ADNFCR

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