The College Admissions Process. Once you are at least partly complete with the college search process, the next issue is being admitted. The college admissions process need not be overly stressful if your choices aren’t extremely selective. If you are applying to more selective schools, or to popular programs that tend to be more selective than the school as a whole, you will have to work a bit harder to prepare an application that highlights your strongest features. And if you are targeting extremely selective schools, like Ivy League schools or others of comparable selectivity, the admissions phase will be challenging and require significant effort on your part.
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1 Candidates must be a . military veteran or active service member who has completed medic or corpsmen training. The candidate must submit a Joint Services Transcript (JST) directly to the College for review and evaluation. If the certification has been completed, a block transfer of the designated credits will appear on the Rasmussen College transcript and the corresponding courses will be waived. If the applicant has completed any other courses that apply to their program, the transcript will be reviewed for additional transferable courses.
2 Completion time is dependent on transfer credits accepted and courses completed each term.
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