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AP Acceptance: Yes
Credit for Life Experience: Yes

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Contact Info

7000 Rivers Avenue Charleston, SC 29423-8067
Phone: (843) 574-6111
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Student Responses to Review Topic: Tips for Prospective Students
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  • from Charleston, SC
  • Jan-14-2016 I am a current student here

    They use a fast-track or compressed schedule that is more like a quarter system than a semester system. You take fewer classes that run 7 weeks, but still end up with a similar semester-load compared with semester-based schedules.

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  • Daniel from Summerville, SC
  • Feb-08-2015 I am a current student here

    Trident is a great college. The new compressed schedule may cause some stress due to classes being shorter, but my advice would be to not fall behind. There is learning center where the tutors are more than happy to help fellow students. There is a program called Scholar's Network that have advisers who are friendly and willingly to help you out.

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  • Shannon from Jacksonville, FL
  • Nov-28-2014 I am a past student here

    If you take online, do everything you can in the shortest amount of days because tests are open book. Nothing is hard either just take a lot of notes. You will have to spend the other days arguing with your teachers about your wrong grade. try sceenshotting the questions or writing down questions you find weird after you take the test to show to them what is wrong. If you are on campus, don't be unless you are a medical, technical, media design or cyber security student because the teachers and classrooms for everyone else really suck. Also take advantage of the free gym, but don't be walking around that area at night unless you want to be mugged.

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  • Janna from Summerville, SC
  • May-01-2014 I am a current student here

    My tips is to always do your best and to remember that professors are like students in the sense that not every professor has a teaching style that best suits you. I would ask around about your professors and go to to get student reviews about your professors before blindly taking a class with them. Its a life saver and you will find a professor that is right for your learning style.

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