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Tri County Technical College

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Question:
Is this technical school you are a student state run or one of those private ones on daytime TV all of the time? If the former you have a good shot because presumably as a state university Georgia Tech encourages transfers. If the latter it depends on whether or not Tech feels your courses are college-level work. Finally, it would have helped to have taken college prep courses like math, English, and other liberal arts type classes, not Windows NT or auto repair.


Answer:
No, this is a state public technical college (Tri-County Technical College in South Carolina). I also have taken two college freshman level english courses, and I'm up to college level calc2 in math. I've also had history, economics, etc. I'm finishing up the technical college's university transfer program as we speak. That's how I got accepted to Clemson University. I haven't taken any courses dealing with auto repair.



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