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Moorpark College Admissions Stats

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AP Acceptance: Yes
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Student Responses to Review Topic: Tips for Prospective Students
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  • Nicole from Thousand Oaks, CA.
  • I am accepted here and planning to attend soon

    I would stay away from the 8AM classes and the once a week classes because you will get burnt out quickly. Just make sure you put effort into your work and it will not go unnoticed.

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  • Adriana from Agoura Hills, CA
  • I am a current student here

    Don't get stuck at Moorpark! It happens to a lot of people where they get too used to being there and never seem to leave. Be sure to go to a counselor to know what you need to take for specific major or for just general education to make sure you have what you need for an AA or for transferring to a specific college. At Moorpark a full time student is considered 12 units per semester. If your goal is to transfer out in 2 years, make sure you have 15 per semester, though that seems obvious it is often overlooked. Make sure the classes you take are transferable to whatever college you plan on going to next. Overall Moorpark is easily adaptable to what you want for your education. If you want to go slow, the atmosphere is very relaxed and you don't need to feel pressure to rush to finish. If you are worried about extra money without too much stress, consider getting a part time job on campus! It is extremely flexible to your classes and cuts down on having to drive elsewhere.

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  • Steven from Moorpark, CA
  • I am a current student here

    Show up early, take a bunch of classes that may peak your interest. The best thing about community college is the ability it gives you to explore options without spending thousands of dollars a semester.

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  • Mark from Moorpark, CA
  • I am a current student here

    Make sure to keep up to date with your school plan and counselor so you only take the classes you need to succeed. Make appointments 1 week ahead of time at 7:55AM weekdays in the counseling center. Over the phone, or later than the time suggested, and it may be hard to find an appointment. The transfer center can also do most of what councelors can do, and I have found it very easy to make appointments with them.

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