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Do you have to enter your high school courses in both Coalition AND the SSAR?

nish23nish23 Registered User Posts: 26 New Member
Hi!

I was filling out my Coalition App and I saw that it had a section where you enter all of your 9th-11th grade courses. I've also filled out my SSAR already, which is basically the same thing - all of my courses and my grades in those courses. When I tried to apply to UF through Coalition, it showed me the sections of my application that UF would have access to. 9th - 11th grade coursework wasn't included. So does that mean I can leave that section blank since UF wouldn't see it anyways and since they'd be getting my grades through the SSAR?

Thanks a ton!

Replies to: Do you have to enter your high school courses in both Coalition AND the SSAR?

  • bjg5490bjg5490 Registered User Posts: 1 New Member
    Hi,
    Did you end up finding out the answer?
    Thanks
  • nish23nish23 Registered User Posts: 26 New Member
    Sorry if this too late! I only put them in the SSAR. On the UF website, high school courses isn't one of the sections that they import from Coalition. So I figured there was no reason for me to type them all out again. Here's what it says:

    On the Coalition Application, you will provide details about your personal background, educational history, and extracurricular interests. At UF, the following Coalition Profile sections will be imported to your UF application: personal information, contact information, demographic information, citizenship information, high school information, college coursework, financial aid, honors and distinctions, academic interests and extracurricular activities.
  • nish23nish23 Registered User Posts: 26 New Member
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