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Southside Virginia Community College Admissions Stats

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AP Acceptance: Yes
Credit for Life Experience: Yes

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109 Campus Drive Alberta, VA 23821
Phone: (888) 220-7822
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Student Responses to Review Topic: Tips for Prospective Students
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  • Student on Daniel Campus
  • I am a current student here

    --- I wrote a very detailed review, and Cappex timed out and deleted it. Very disappointed, since I took over an hour to write it. -- Take the COMPASS / pre-test seriously. If you don't, you may have to take remedial courses that you did not need to take -- which will be a big pain. Read your syllabuses. They look boring, but lots of important information can be found there -- how the grades will be calculated, how you should format your papers, and any special policies the professor has. One, for instance, will drop you the third time he sees you with a cell phone / laptop in his class. Good to know, huh? ATTEND YOUR CLASSES. Why else are you here? In most of my classes, you could tell who would pass just by attendance. Professors are *supposed* to drop you once you miss a certain number That said, don't just attend and assume everything will work out. Talk to everybody -- professors, administrators, students. Talk to your advisor, once you are assigned one. Carefully study your program's requirements, and talk to your advisor about them. Why are you here? What do you want to get out of being here? How long are you going to be here? Ask those questions, and answer those questions. You don't want to A) fail community college, B) waste your time there, or C) spend your whole life going to community college. Get familiar with Blackboard and the Student Information System (SIS). Your life will be a whole lot easier once you know how to use them properly. For help, ask your advisor, student services, or..... The Comprehensive Learning Lab (CLC) Get familiar with the CLC. They people there are friendly, and can probably point you toward the information you need. They also offer free tutoring.

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  • Melissa from Mc Kenney, VA
  • I am a current student here

    Be honest with your instructors and with yourself. Do not put more on your place than what you can handle. Focus and study don't worry about the party Friday night take that time to study. Practice time management.

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  • Miss Perkins from Cumberland, VA
  • I am a current student here

    If you really want to go to college stay on top of your stuff. They will not hunt you down to make sure you register for classes on time or apply to a certain program by a deadline. It is also up to you to make sure you have financial aid if needed. We are all adults who should be able to do this.

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