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Hi, I graduates from high school in 1998,and have 20 credits from mary mount manhattan college, but my high school was not accredited.
Now I'm having trouble getting back into college. what can I do. What college can I apply to who will accept me.

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Asked by kaituandino Wednesday Aug 1st 2012 in Other - Education
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Your best option would be to contact your local community college and find out the process of earning your GED. A GED is the fastest and cheapest way to bypass the accreditation issue - just make sure the school you want to attend accepts GEDs.

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