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Do Colleges Look At Middle School Records

DodoSlickGuyDodoSlickGuy 17 replies11 threads Junior Member
Do admissions officers look at middle school records, like middle school grades, middle school attendance and behavior records, or your browsing history in middle school?
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  • novembynovemby 6 replies3 threads New Member
    edited July 6
    Absolutely not. Unless you've done something noteworthy like get kicked out of school, colleges will only really focus on your high school transcript and accomplishments.
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  • DodoSlickGuyDodoSlickGuy 17 replies11 threads Junior Member
    novemby wrote: »
    Absolutely not. Unless you've done something noteworthy like get kicked out of school, colleges will only really focus on your high school transcript and accomplishments.

    Okay, but do they look at things like your social media and browsing history from middle school?
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  • RichInPittRichInPitt 2463 replies40 threads Senior Member
    edited July 6
    I can’t even fathom how an admission committee would look at a student’s “browsing history“ from 4-6 years ago.
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  • saillakeeriesaillakeerie 2653 replies0 threads Senior Member
    My kids took classes in middle school that were reflected on high school transcripts.

    Tough time seeing how schools would look at browsing history ever (at least outside of searches on university networks). Or social media for that matter from 4-6 years ago. But it is true that what you post online can have a history of its own. Be thoughtful about what you post.
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  • Erin's DadErin's Dad 34149 replies4931 threads Super Moderator
    Moderator's Note:
    I believe this has been discussed in the OP's other thread. Closing.
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