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Do I need the ACT for community college in New Mexico?

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Asked by GOGO Friday May 15th 2009 in Campus Colleges
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What a great question! Typically, no.

That is what makes community college such great stepping stone for individuals who are looking to take their education a bit further than high school or who are wanting a smoother transition into a university.

If you have any other type of question I would suggest that you simply contact the community college you are considering applying to, and ask for a detailed list of criteria that is required to acceptance. Most schools will be more than happy to help you in gathering the necessary components that are needed for starting down your educational path.

New Mexico has a number of great option when it comes to community colleges, and are quickly becoming a popular option for individuals who are a convenient and affordable option for continuing their education.

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