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Your transcript needs to show classes taken in 9th–12th grade, a final grade (letter or number) for each subject,
and the month and year your high school education was completed.
You may want to look at majors you’re interested in to see specific courses recommended. (For instance, recommended high school
preparation for an engineering major is two units of algebra and one unit each of plane geometry, advanced mathematics, chemistry,
and physics.) However, we do not require a specific high school plan of study. We look at your transcript and allow your ACT/SAT/CLT
scores to demonstrate the results of your education.
If you don’t have record of your high school grades, you’ll need to take the GED.
What if I have more questions?
Please contact us. We’re excited you’re considering PCC and would be glad to answer your questions.
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