if u were born in 1993 or 1994 what year will u graduate?

Traditional graduates typically finish a college degree by the age of 24. So if, you we're born in 1993 or 1993, and has set out for college immediately after high school graduation, you'll graduate in the year 2017 or 2018.

In the United States, education is compulsory for all students until ages sixteen to eighteen depending on the individual state.

According to the 2010 U.S. Census, 87.1% of people over the age of 25 were high school graduates. Most high school students graduate at the age of seventeen or eighteen-years-old. A student graduates after he or she has successfully passed all of the required courses.

Grades are given to students for each course at the end of each semester. The grading scale is A (excellent), B (above average), C (average), D (below average), and F (failing). A student who fails a required course must repeat the course.

The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that 66.2% of 2012 high school graduates were enrolled in college in October 2012. Students have the option of attending a two-year community college (also known as a junior college) before applying to a four-year university.

Admission to community college is easier, tuition is lower, and class sizes are often smaller than in a university. Community college students can earn an Associate's degree and transfer up to two years of course credits to a university.

For more info, see Internationalstudentguidetotheusa.com's The American Education System.

Check out Tips for Adults Returning to College from Collegetransfer.net.

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