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1. If you are seeking any kind of financial aid, do not use your standard IRS forms 1040EZ or 1040A, as anymore. You need to get an IRS Tax Form 4506-T because that is the Financial Aid department will accept. 2. You will have your transcripts sent to the schools transcript office from six to eight weeks before applying to the school or your application will not be complete. The school will still let you take classes, but your application will still be incomplete and the administrators will give you a grace period that will last until the end of the first semester. You can send your transcripts to the correct address at: 11011 SW 104th Street Transcript Processing Room 3232 Miami, FL 33176-3393 3. You will need to takes what is called the Postsecondary Education Readiness Test (PERT) test, which is basically a placement test that see where you are in Math and English. The PERT test will determine what your placement levels you are in English and Math. This test is mainly for the Colleges in the State of Florida.» Read More
Build a good relationship with your professors this can be done by always Sitting in the front row. Being in the front row gives you many advantages. And try not to be so shy ask questions if your not so sure about something, everybody is there to learn just like you and you would be surprised someone could possibly have the same question in mind. Also be active within the class it will add up and be very good for you.» Read More