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Financial Aid Jeopardy College Test Requirements Entrance Requirements College Misc. College Terminology
College Test Requirements 100 Points Test that must be taken for college entrance
What is the ACT or SAT?
College Test Requirements 200 Points You can start taking the ACT or SAT at this age
What are no age guidelines?
College Test Requirements 300 Points A score of 36
What is the top score on the ACT?
College Test Requirements 400 Points A score of 2400
What is the top score for the SAT?
College Test Requirements 500 Points Universities can choose to give these tests that are comparable to the ACT/SAT
What are residual tests?
Financial Aid 100 Points This form is an important financial aid tool
What is FAFSA?
Financial Aid 200 Points Money set aside by a group or foundation as a grant in aid to students
What is a scholarship?
Financial Aid 300 Points When applied for and approved, this money does not have to be repaid
What is a grant?
Financial Aid 400 Points This is the most common grant awarded to students
What is a PELL grant?
Financial Aid 500 Points The information you receive after you apply for a grant from FAFSA
What is an SAR (Student Aid Report)?
Entrance Requirements 100 Points Entrance requirements to a two-year college
What are no minimum requirements?
Entrance Requirements 200 Points Entrance requirements for a regional university
What is minimum 20 ACT or 940 SAT, minimum GPA of 2.7, and class rank in the top 50%?
Entrance Requirements 300 Points Entrance requirements to a comprehensive university
What is ACT or SAT, minimum high school GPA of 3.0, and class rank in the top 33%?
Entrance Requirements 400 Points These are charges that cover costs not associated with the student’s course load (such as parking, athletic activities, and special events)
What are fees?
Entrance Requirements 500 Points 15 required high school credits needed for entrance to college
What are 4 English, 2 lab science, 3 mathematics, 2 history, 1 citizenship skills, and 3 core electives?
College Misc. 100 Points A week for college freshmen to become acquainted with other freshmen
What is a college freshmen camp (Rookie Bridge Camp)?
College Misc. 200 Points Classes that are more expensive for students who do not score 19 or above in each ACT sub area and in which no credit is given
What are zero level or remedial classes?
College Misc. 300 Points The acronym SSS
What is Student Support Services?
College Misc. 400 Points These programs allow students to work part time on campus as part of their financial aid package
What are work study programs?
College Misc. 500 Points These kinds of colleges offer doctoral and research programs
What are comprehensive universities?
College Terminology 100 Points This happens when students take out federal student loans to help pay for college but do not repay them properly
What is default?
College Terminology 200 Points Course(s) that must be completed before taking another course
What is a pre-requisite?
College Terminology 300 Points A week when students pledge in hopes of becoming a member of a sorority or fraternity
What is Greek week?
College Terminology 400 Points The acronym ROTC
What is Reserve Officers Training Corps?
College Terminology 500 Points Extracurricular athletic activities that are open to all students
What are intramurals?
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