If you really want to get a bachelor degree, but you don’t have good grades or a good SAT score, remember: everybody deserves a second chance. You can do it by going through a community college.
Community colleges are more geared towards vocational training, but can also be used as a stepping stone for more advanced education. If you are still not sure about the direction of your life, you have time to decide if you are going for higher education or get in the job market afterwards.
There are some 2000 community colleges across the U.S. More than 60% of the community colleges have the open admission policy, meaning virtually everybody who applies
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