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Long Beach City College Admissions Stats

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Special Factors

AP Acceptance: Yes
Credit for Life Experience: No

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Contact Info

4901 E. Carson St. Long Beach, CA 90808-1706
Phone: (562) 938-4111
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Student Responses to Review Topic: Tips for Prospective Students
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  • Jannet from San Pedro, CA
  • Dec-11-2015 I am a current student here

    Don't be afraid to get to know your professors. They are just as human as you are. Join clubs and stick around campus; it is a great way to meet some of the many friendly people on campus.

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  • Ariel from Long Beach, CA
  • Aug-24-2014 I am a current student here

    It sounds really lame, but if you can't get a class you want, try waitlisting a morning class. People constantly drop them in the first two weeks, so there's almost always a spot. There have only been two instances where I have not gotten a permission number to add a class I was on the waitlist for, and they were late in the day. ALWAYS READ THE BOOK. Always. And don't forget to do the homework! It will help so much when you're studying for a big test.

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  • Beth from Lakewood, CA
  • May-01-2014 I am a current student here

    It sounds simple, but make sure to follow the syllabus, attend class, and do your work... If you apply yourself, you'll get more out of your education.

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  • Mar-30-2014 I am a current student here

    College is not high school when it comes to classes. There are AP courses that a student could take during high school, and that will be somewhat equivalent to those classes in this college. But, the timing is fast paced. It is really difficult to catch up if one chooses to procrastinate and fall behind. Organize a tentative schedule and never take classes more than it is needed. Even if that student is planning to transfer less than 2 years. Three years would be the max to transfer out of the community college and into a four-year college.

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