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Frequently asked questions about minnesota credit

  • They should. Generally, if the Minnesota schools have already accepted you, the credits should roll on over. But the standards may be different to then earn the credits; you should check out their website. Hope I helped! :)
  • There is a statute of limitations for credit card debt, which is the amount of time that they can successfully take legal action against you for the debt. This time period varies for each state. In MN this is 6 years http://www.creditinfocenter.com/rebuild/... If your debt is older than the time period listed for your state, they can no longer defeat you in any court action because the debt is time-barred. This does not mean that they can’t try to collect the debt…it just means that they’ve lost the power to take successful legal action. This clock starts ticking the date that you last made a payment on the account...so if your last payment on this account was 7 years ago, then the debt would be time barred for MN as their SOL is 6 years.
  • For ever & ever amen. Read the first posters advice. It is correct. The SOL only means they can't sue you for the debt, but they have the right to try to collect that debt by other means. They want their money, that should be easy to understand, don't expect to get off the hook that easy. Only a court can free you from the debt.
  • What a college does or doesn't do based on your score is entirely up to them. Where you took the test is not the criterion. Some schools use AP scores for placement only (AP = advanced placement, after all) while others give credit. And some don't do either.
  • With the AP courses I've taken, if you pass the test you get college credit nationwide.
  • Here is the link to a member search of the Minnesota Bar Association. http://smtp.statebar.gen.mn.us/search/se...
  • You call the Minnesota State Bar Association and ask.
  • You can find list of businesses on the Secretary's of State website. Call them and ask if they need credit card processing.
  • I just applied for the university of phoenix and i will be starting my online classes soon but everywhere i turn people are warning me about it. I just want to take a few general classes like english, ethics and stuff and transfer to another school like century college or the university of minnesota and finish my bachelors degree there.
  • University of Phoenix, although an accredited institution, is looked down upon by many other universities and employers, because it is a for profit institution that admits just about anyone that is willing to pay. Not only that, but you will pay far more than you would if you chose to take online classes from a Community College. If you really want to get classes that you can pretty much guarantee will transfer to University of Minnesota, consider taking classes from a Minnesota Community College.
  • U of P is regionally accredited, which means that their degrees are real and their credits are eligible to transfer to other universities and colleges. However, whether any particular class you take at U of P actually does transfer to your city university depends on two things, normally: 1) you getting a C or better in that class, and 2) that class being offered at the city university. Unis only accept transfer credits of classes that they themselves offer. So if you take some sort of medical technology class at U of P, and the college in your city (I'll call it "City U" for short) doesn't offer such a class, it won't transfer. In addition, City U, like any uni, will look closely at the content of each class you've taken at U of P (or at any other college) to make sure the class really is the same as the one they teach at City U. If City U doesn't feel that it is, the credit won't transfer. So while you're U of P credits are eligible to transfer, there's always a risk that certain ones might not. But if you stick to the basics at U of P - Freshman English, college math, US history, etc. - you should be in pretty good shape re: transfer. U of P doesn't have a good rep with employers, and certain employers will not hire U of P grads. Be aware of that. But if you really do transfer to City U, then it won't matter if some of your credits were from U of P - no one will care; they only care where you graduated from. You could take classes at your local community college instead of at U of P. They'll be a *lot* cheaper, and because the community college has a full understanding of what City U requires re: transfers, they'll be able to give you real guidance on exactly which classes you should take at the community college in order to transfer to City U.
  • University of Minnesota can be very selective in which credits they take. I took a class at a community college in high school (named among the top 10 two-year schools in the country) and they did not accept it. To be completely honest, I cannot emphasize enough to stay away from for-profit, diploma-mill schools. I would definitely check in with the schools you want to transfer to about whether or not any of those credits will transfer. If you don't, that's money you can't get back. I would seriously consider going to a real-life community or technical college. The chances of credits transferring are much better.
  • You should ask at the Universities you are considering to finish your BA at -- they'll know for sure -- but generally, I think it's safe to say U of Phoenix online credits will not be transferable to a real brick-and-mortar university. This is not true of ALL online education, but you need to check before buying in to the online colleges. A better bet would be your local community college, if available. Courses from those kinds of colleges are generally much better regarded.
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  • Not completely convinced about this one
  • It should, but you should still check the college's website for the specific test to see what score you need for credit. In general, AP credits are recognized in most U.S. colleges, usually when you get a passing score of 3 or higher.
  • Checking account approvals are usually not based on credit scores or credit reports from the 3 major bureaus. Instead, banks often use a check verification service such as ChexSystems, Telecheck, or CCC. Your credit score will not affect your approval for the business checking account. However, if you were to apply for a business loan, your credit score will definitely have an affect. If you happen to be listed on ChexSystems, CreditServicer.com offers a free listing of banks that do not verify through ChexSystems. This list is not only helpful to business owners, but also individuals who have records on ChexSystems.
  • Checking accounts use another way of checking people out, they do not use bueaus. There a a couple agencies that monitor like closed overdrawn accounts where the bank closed it for some reason, but no credit checks on that one.
  • I live in Minnesota and I need a Business checking acct. Will I be denied if they check my credit score 575? T.R.Y T.H.I.S. S.I.T.E W.H.E.R.E Y.O.U C.A.N F.I.N.D T.H.E B.E.S.T S.O.L.U.T.I.O.N F.O.R Y.O.U
  • As long as you have the funds to deposit, you should be fine. There might be fees for someone with less than perfect credit but other than that it should be ok. A business credit card would be another story.
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  • I don't understand what "make up" means. You can earn up to 1 credit per period of your school day. So, if you have 9 periods, 1 is lunch, you could earn 8 credits if they are 1 year classes.
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