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Question #38:
  • My daughter was turned down from the college of her choice due to lack of math skills and an ACT=19. She has a mild LD. We are looking for a college in Missouri.
Answer #38:
  • A score of 19 on the SAT is generally accepted by colleges in the Less Competitive category. Your daughter has several options:
  • If she attends a community college, her ACT scores will not be considered when she transfers to the college of her choice. Schools will base their evaluation solely on her college-level work.
  • She may be able to improve her math and learn about study skills and time management by attending a post-graduate year (PG) at an independent, private school.
  • If your daughter is truly committed to going to college next fall, the following schools in the State of Missouri might consider her credentials acceptable (in alphabetical order):
    • Avila College
    • Central Missouri State University
    • Evangel College
    • Lincoln University
    • Missouri Valley College
    • Missouri Western State College
    • Northwest Missouri State University
    • William Woods University

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