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transfer after a year at community college

yeahokayyeahokay Registered User Posts: 4 New Member
edited November 2012 in Transfer Students
In highschool I was really lazy and partied alot. Too late, I turned things around and got some decent grades senior year. however, my good grades only brought my cumulative gpa to around 1.5 - 1.8 range. I scored a 25 on the act. So I am attending community college and getting very good marks (mostly As, few Bs and Cs). I dont want to miss out on the college experience, so I am wanting to transfer after this year. Is it doable? My choices to apply to are Kent State University and Ohio University and I am planning to major in biology.

What are my chances? Any advice?
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