e tono ahau mo te kāreti pehea?

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How do I apply for college

How do I apply for college

 

 

e tono ahau mo te kāreti pehea?

How do I apply for college?

Hei tono mō te kāreti e te rota o te wā me te mahi. Ko ko reira utu te kaha!

To apply for college takes a lot of time and work. But it is worth the effort!

whakaritenga whakauru College

College admission requirements

Hei kia uru ki te kāreti tau-rua, collge-tau e wha wānanga ranei, ka hiahia koe i te tītohu kura nui. Ki te kore koe i haere ki te kura nui, ranei, ki te waiho e koutou i mua i paetahi, Ka taea e te tiki e koe i te tītohu te aifaitoraa kura nui hei utu. Tenei whakaatu i koe nui mātauranga ki te haere ki te kāreti.

To be admitted to a two-year college, four-year collge or university, you will need a high school diploma. If you did not go to high school, or if you left before graduating, you can get a high school equivalency diploma instead. This shows you have enough education to go to college.

Ka taea e koe te whiwhi i tō tītohu te aifaitoraa kura nui (ka karanga a GED HiSET ranei) i kareti hapori, i roto i ngā akomanga ahiahi mō manene, me rerenga, ranei ipurangi ki te free piha teuteu GED o RCO.

You can earn your high school equivalency diploma (called GED or HiSET) at community colleges, through evening classes for immigrants and refugees, or online with the RCO’s free GED preparation class.

He aha ngā momo o kareti kei reira?

What types of colleges are there?

kāreti hapori

Community college

kareti Hapori He kura matua tau e rua-tūmatanui e arotahi ana ki te pūkenga mahi. pinepine riro ngā ākonga e puta i kareti hapori tiwhikete ranei nga nekehanga tuarua. Ka taea e kareti Community te āwhina i ngā ākonga te riro pūkenga nui ki te timata mahi whakahere i te utu ora (tenei tikanga tetahi mahi e utu nui te moni mo te iwi ki te ora, kahore e hinaaro ki te mahi mahi e rua rerekē ranei whiwhi te tauturu i te kāwanatanga). Ētahi kareti hapori whai hōtaka ki te āwhina i ngā ākonga whakawhiti ki kareti-tau e wha. Ko te tikanga he iti atu kareti-tau e wha kareti hapori.

Community colleges are primarily two-year public schools that focus on career skills. Students who graduate from community colleges often receive certificates or associate degrees. Community colleges can help students gain important skills to begin careers offering a living wage (this means any jobs that pay enough money for people to live without needing to work two different jobs or get help from the government). Some community colleges have programs to help students transfer to four-year colleges. Community colleges are typically cheaper than four-year colleges.

College me wānanga

College and university

haere tokomaha Ameliká ki te kāreti-tau e wha i muri i whakaotia ratou kura tiketike. He whare wānanga ko te kāreti e kore tuku e te bachelor tika (paetahi) nekehanga engari nekehanga pou-paetahi rawa (o te Kaiwhakaako PhD ranei). Heoi, i roto i te kupu rā i roto i te United States, maha iwi mea “kāreti” mo te mātauranga katoa e haere mai ana i muri i te kura nui.

Many Americans go to a four-year college after they finish high school. A university is a college that offers not just bachelor’s (undergraduate) degrees but post-graduate degrees too (Master’s or PhD). However, in everyday speech in the United States, people often say “college” for all education that comes after high school.

Public me tūmataiti

Public and private

Ka taea e Colleges hei kura tūmataiti tūmatanui ranei rānei. kareti tūmataiti tikanga utu moni neke atu i te kareti tūmatanui. Heoi, kia hoki i kareti tūmataiti atu moni karahipi e wātea ana.

Colleges can be either private or public schools. Private colleges normally cost more money than public colleges. However, private colleges may also have more scholarship money available.

whakaritenga College tono

College application requirements

Ki te matau ana koe e kāreti ki a koutou ki te haere, Ka taea e koe te titiro i runga i tona paetukutuku mō ngā pārongo e pā ana ki te āhua o ki te tono. Kei raro ko te rārangi nga whakaritenga tono mua, angalelei o bestcolleges.com:

If you know which college you with to attend, you can look on its website for information about how to apply. Below is a list the usual application requirements, courtesy of bestcolleges.com:

Tangata e whai ana ki te haere i te rua- ranei-tau e wha kāreti whare wānanga ranei e hiahiatia ana te ki te whakatutuki i ngā whakauru a te kura. Ahakoa e taea enei rerekē i te kura ki te kura, te tukanga tono tikanga ngā o te tuku:

Anyone seeking to attend a two- or four-year college or university is required to meet the school’s admission requirements. While these can differ from school to school, the application process typically consists of submitting:

  • he puka tono ipurangi;
  • he reta o te loto ranei tauākī whaiaro;
  • i te iti rawa kia kotahi tuhinga roa tāpiri (Kei te nuinga te kaupapa e whakaratohia ana e te kura);
  • e rua, neke atu rānei pukapuka o kupu i ngā kaiako o mua;
  • tuhinga kura nui;
  • ngä tatau whakamātautau paerewa;
  • utu tono
  • an online application form;
  • a letter of intent or personal statement;
  • at least one supplemental essay (the topic is typically provided by the school);
  • two or more letters of recommendation from previous teachers;
  • high school transcripts;
  • standardized test scores;
  • application fees

Hipanga-i-taahiraa aratohu

Step-by-step guide

Ka taea e kitea e koe he taahiraa-i te-taahiraa aratohu atu taipitopito i runga i te pae tukutuku o Ratonga Reo University: Hoatu ki a College Hipanga i te Hipanga

You can find a more detailed step-by-step guide on the website of University Language Services: Applying to College Step by Step

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