By policy set by the Summer School Administrative Board, only honor roll students who have completed their junior year of high school may apply to Summer School as visiting students. By policy set by the Summer School Administrative Board, international high school students cannot be considered for admission. In addition to completing the online application, the following are required for high school students:. Attending Summer School at UNC-Chapel Hill might not affect your chances for admission at the college of your choice, but you will experience college life firsthand and be exposed to the level of performance and competition expected in college courses. High school students who are admitted and enrolled in a course will receive course credit and create a UNC-Chapel Hill transcript. All course work carries degree credit and becomes a permanent record at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
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Jump to navigation. Daisy is filming the chefs in action, and Mum is on her way home. As you watch the video, look at the examples of countable and uncountable nouns. They are in red in the subtitles. Then read the conversation below to learn more. Finally, do the grammar exercises to check you understand, and can use, countable and uncountable nouns correctly. We can also use some with uncountable nouns.
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