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Join Date: Dec 2010
Location: South East Texas
My grades are so-so. They were very good until this year, and I was holding a 3.82 GPA, but I made a pretty nasty grade in Algebra II this year (low B, haven't received exact grade yet) which I'm sure has brought it down significantly. I only made an 86 in Chemistry but its AP, so I'm not sure if that's graded differently or not? All of my other classes I got high A's in though, so hopefully I still have above a 3.5... I'm a bit worried though.
Verona, schools as in community colleges/Universities, or public schools? Unfortunately since I'm homeschooled I don't have the option of any public school scholarships, but I plan to apply for as many grants and scholarships as possible that I qualify for. I'm having a hard time figuring out where to find those scholarships though, since I don't have a counselor or anything like many of my public schooled friends do. I'm sure I'll figure it out though xD I have 1300+ hours of Community Service already, more than that if you count my 7th and 8th grade years, so hopefully that will count for something!
I'm pretty clueless when it comes to understanding how colleges, scholarships, federal aid, etc., work though, so I have a LOT of work to do this summer in educating myself on all of that xD
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