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The Gannon University College Access Program (GU-CAP) provides a unique opportunity for selected students in high school to experience campus life, earn college credit, and attain admission into degree programs – all before earning their high-school diploma.
In those countries where students take exams that lead to secondary-school completion, tests are usually administered in the fall (October or November) with results conveyed in March or April of the following year; examples include variations on the Ordinary Level and Advanced Level (O and A Level) examinations. While waiting for test results, students can spend the spring semester in the United States taking college-level courses and earning credits toward a US-based, university degree.