What happens if you fail a Penn Foster exam twice?

What happens if you fail a Penn Foster exam twice?

Your retake options have an expiration date though! You’ll want to retake that exam within 30 days of the first time you took it. You can only do one retake for each exam and Penn Foster considers the higher grade the official grade on your transcript.

Can I get my money back from Penn Foster?

At Penn Foster, we continue to develop new ways to expand and improve student satisfaction. However, if you are not satisfied or can no longer continue your studies, we offer a generous refund policy. If you cancel within the first 6 days of enrollment you will receive a full refund.

Can I cancel my Penn Foster account?

You may cancel your Penn Foster High School enrollment via telephone, email or first class mail to the address listed in the “Contact Us” section of the Student Portal. You can find more details about cancellation and our refund policy by visiting the Penn Foster High School Catalog.

Does fafsa accept Penn Foster?

Penn Foster does not accept federal financial aid. Whether in the form of student loans or grants, such as the Pell Grant, available through FAFSA, we are unable to accept the same forms of aid as many major universities. Though no financial aid is accepted, we offer affordable monthly payment options with 0% interest.

How many credits do I need to graduate from Penn Foster?

21.5 credits

What happens if you fail a Penn Foster course?

What happens if you fail a Penn Foster course? “If you have a passing average even with failing proctor exams, you will pass the course. IF you don’t you will have to take either the replacement course or take it at another school.”

Can you graduate early with Penn Foster?

Besides a flexible schedule and the ability to graduate early, Penn Foster’s online high school program can help students learn in the method—and at the speed—that works best for them, all while teaching them to be independent and confident in their abilities.