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5.06 FLVS English 1

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Kaitlyn Melchor

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5.06 FLVS English 1
Kaitlyn Melchor
Source 1: Guide to International Academic
Standards for Athletics Eligibility
What makes this a credible source?
The National Collegiate Athletic Association is an official organization that aids college students with skills that will ready them to play college sports. They also help with scholarships for those students.
Source 2: Sports in College: NCAA Eligibility Requirements
What makes this source credible?
Peterson's is a company that provides information about colleges and universities to students and parents.
Source 3: A Simple Guide to Getting an Athletic Scholarship
What makes this a credible source?
This book was written using the counseling techniques Hiles used when he helped students with low GPAs get into major universities on athletic scholarships during his volunteer work for the past 3 decades.

What are the requirements for becoming a college athlete?
To become a college athlete, you must pass the SAT withan 820 or above, and must also have a GPA that passes national standards. Another rule is that all tests that are needed to qualify (SAT/ACT) need to be taken in English. The last requirement is you must have a high school diploma.

Provided by the NCAA
Information for MLA citation:
Author: Healey, Doug
Title: "Guide to International Academic Standards for Athletics Eligibility"
Published: July 2014
Version: 2014-2015 School Year
Organization: The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)
Website: ncaa.org
URL: http://www.ncaapublications.com/productdownloads/IS1415.pdf

(You may need to download the PDF here:
Provided by Peterson's guide to Colleges and Universities
Information for MLA Citation:
Author: Peterson's Staff
Title: "Sports in College: NCAA Eligibility Requirements."
Company: Peterson's
Website: http://www.petersons.com/
URL: http://www.petersons.com/college-search/sports-college-ncaa-eligibility.aspx
Date published: January 29th, 2013
Written by Gary Hiles
Information for MLA Citation-
Author: Gary Hiles
Published: 2010
Company: Dog Ear Publishing
MLA Citations-
Healey, Doug. "Guide to International Academic Standards for Athletics Eligibility." (2014): 1-248. July 2014. Web.

"Sports in College: NCAA Eligibility Requirements." Peterson's, 29 Jan. 2013. Web. 03 Jan. 2015.

Hiles, Gary, Mandy Edgington. Good, and Michael Hiles. A Simple Guide to Getting an Athletic Scholarship. Indianapolis, IN: Dog Ear, 2010. Print.
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