Academically Dismissed and Transfer

<p>Hi</p>

<p>I've been academically dismissed from a top engineering school for the second time, so I have no chance to return to that school. I don't know where my future lies, but my I plan to go to a local community college to reestablish my confidence and GPA.</p>

<p>My question is: Is it possible to enroll in a CC hiding my previous academic dismissal? And also when I'm transferring, is it possible to hide my previous academic dismissal?
I know it will be a waste of credits, but now I plan to pursue a major in a different field and I know that most of my credits earned will not be useful anyway.</p>

<p>Thanks for your help!</p>

<p>All college admissions applications:</p>

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<li><p>Have a question asking about disciplinary history.</p></li>
<li><p>Require that you submit official transcripts to all previous schools.</p></li>
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<p>Here is how schools check your past college attendance:</p>

<p>National</a> Student Clearinghouse: Degree verification & enrollment verification</p>

<p>its hard to say because we don't know much info about your situation, my advise would be to speak with some type of academic counsellor at a college or talk to the a admissions counsellor at the college that your want to transfer to because you won't get a very good answer from someone on here.</p>

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Is it possible to enroll in a CC hiding my previous academic dismissal? And also when I'm transferring, is it possible to hide my previous academic dismissal?

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you won't get a very good answer from someone on here.

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<p>I disagree. How does one legitimately hide their previous academic dismissals with a question like this?:</p>

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Have you ever been found responsible for a disciplinary violation at any educational institution you have attended from the 9th grade (or the international equivalent) forward, whether related to academic misconduct or behavioral misconduct, that resulted in a disciplinary action? These actions could include, but are not limited to: probation, suspension, removal, dismissal, or expulsion from the institution. Yes No

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<p>I'm just saying theres a lot more to it than that people flunk out for various reasons such as getting sick, having a death in the family and so on, so theres many unknown variables that one must consider. but if u got booted out for none academic reasons than thats another story.</p>

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I'm just saying theres a lot more to it than that people flunk out for various reasons such as getting sick, having a death in the family and so on, so theres many unknown variables that one must consider.

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<p>Whatever the reason, the fact is that it has to be reported, and the OP was asking if they could "hide" their academic dismissal.</p>

<p>The follow up this the question always gives the candidate a place to explain, such as:</p>

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If you answered “yes” to either or both questions, please attach a separate sheet of paper that gives the approximate date of each incident, explains the circumstances, and reflects on what you learned from the experience.

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<p>good point, you sir are awesome.</p>