Can I start fresh at 27 years old in any college in the U.S?

I´m 27 years old and I'm from Iceland, I want to study in the U.s. but I do not have any ACT/SAT credits or any other like that. I stopped studying after elementary school. Is it possible for me to start on a fresh square in the U.s.? 

Asked by: Egill Fannar Ragnarsson, 1 month ago


Answer:

Universities and four year colleges usually demand that you have a high school diploma. If you don't you will probably need to take a GED-test. Some Community Colleges might be able to accept you depending on how long you did study. Other options are language schools and vocational programs

Answered by: Johan på Utlandsstudier.se, 2018-11-04 18:22:00 This is an accepted answer.

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