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High School VS College

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Lacey Mehring

on 26 June 2014

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Transcript of High School VS College

High School
VS
College
A comparison of the differences in classes, studying, tests, and grades
Tests
Grades
Classes
Studying
By Lacey Mehring
Attendance Requirements
High School

Required attendance
College

Non required attendance
Class Size
High School

20-35 students
College

Sometimes can be 100
or more students
Textbooks
High School

Free use for the year from
the school
College

Have to be bought.
Very expensive- $250 or more
Missed information due to absences
High School

Talk to teacher whenever to go over what was missed
College

Students are expected to get information from classmates
Teacher Availability
High School

Usually available before, during, or after class
College

Students can talk during the teacher's office hours
Study time outside of class
High School

1 to 3 hours per week
College

2 to 3 hours per hour spent in class
Amount of Reading
High School

Short amounts assigned in sections in class and then discussed
College

Large amount- not assigned in class, usually not discussed
High School

Every week
end of chapter/unit
small and frequent
College

2 or 3 times a semester
big and cumulative
Missing tests
High School

Makeup tests usually available
College

Most likely no makeup tests
Review sessions
High School

Frequent reviews in class
led by teacher
College

Students are expected to make study groups and review by themselves
Grades for work
High School

Most assigned work is check and graded
College

Most homework isn't worth points
What makes the grade
High School

Homework, test, assignments
College

Mostly only big tests and papers
Graduation Requirements
High School

Required classes taken and passed. Pass with D or higher for credit
College

Departmental standards
Usually a 2.0 or higher
Frequency of tests
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