Prospective Dual Credit Student
What You Can Expect
Course Rigor – The course syllabus and content are approved by the academic department at Navarro College and will be taught at the college level. Therefore, you can expect the difficulty of this course to be greater than other high school courses.
Study time – As a general rule, you will be expected to study two hours per week for each credit hour taken. Thus, for a three credit hour course, you should plan on approximately six hours per week for study and homework in addition to your class time.
Grades – You will be graded based on Navarro College standards and against other Navarro College students. You may be required to take a departmental final exam upon completion of the course. This exam will be administered at your high school.
Academic Record – The credit and grades you earn through the pre-college dual credit program will become a part of your permanent academic record (transcript) at Navarro College.
Policies/Procedures – You will be expected to follow Navarro College policies and procedures. To receive a copy of the Navarro College Catalog, download a copy here or call the Office of Admissions and Records at (903) 875-7349 or toll-free at 1-(800)-NAVARRO.
Attendance – You should avoid missing classes unless it is absolutely necessary.
Course Fees – Course fees are based on an established rate, which is one-half the rate charged for courses taken at the Navarro College campus.
SCORE EXPLANATION / REQUIREMENTS
11TH Grade Only
|English II EOC may be used for initial enrollment in the 11th grade. Score of 2000 on English II Reading test and/or a score of 2000 on English II Writing test and/or a score of 4000 on Algebra II test; relevant to the courses to be attempted.|
10th & 11th Grade
|An English/Language Arts score of 2200 or higher with a Writing sub score of 3 and/or Math score of 2200 relevant to the courses to be attempted.|
|PSAT/NMSQT||A combined score of 107 on the PSAT/NMSQT with a minimum of 50 on the critical Reading and/or Mathematics test relevant to the courses to be attempted. (Can only be used for enrollment during junior year).|
|PLAN||A composite score of 23 on the PLAN with a 19 or higher in Mathematics and English. (Can only be used for enrollment during junior year).|
|ACT||Composite score of 23 with a minimum of 19 on both English and Mathematics taken within five years.|
|SAT||Combined critical Reading (or verbal) and Mathematics score of 1070 with a minimum of 500 on both critical Reading (and verbal) and Mathematics taken within five years.|
Enrollment Permission Form – PDF (For New Students)