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Dual enrollment at Case?

halcyonheatherhalcyonheather Registered User Posts: 8,987 Senior Member
I mean this program:
Case Western Reserve University

Does anyone know anything about it or how selective it is?
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Replies to: Dual enrollment at Case?

  • f4ngz77f4ngz77 Registered User Posts: 155 Junior Member
    Yeah, I'm familiar. Really hard to get into because they will only let you take courses there that your hs doesn't offer. Therefore, it's nearly impossible to schedule a full course load.

    Personally, I do my dual-enrollment classes at Notre Dame College in south Euclid. Though it doesn't have the same prestige as Case, you get personal attention and can take as many courses as you want - regardless of the courses your high school offers.

    Hope this helps, feel free to PM me if you have any more questions. I'd be more than happy to help you
  • halcyonheatherhalcyonheather Registered User Posts: 8,987 Senior Member
    I've finished all my high school graduation requirements and all the AP classes they have - all their math, all their English, and most of their science. I don't think it would be too difficult to find stuff my school doesn't have.
    They told me on the phone they accept like 15 people a year, but they didn't say out of how many applicants. My ACT score is 33, if it matters.
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