How many credits to become a college sophomore?

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Samantha Barber on October 28, 2018

Classification of credits, \n. \n \n. Freshman - less than 30 points \n. Second year - 30 to 59 credits, \n. Junior - 60 to 89 credits, \n. Senior - 90 credits and above . Classification of credits, \n. \n \n. Freshman - less than 30 points \n. Second year - 30 to 59 credits, \n. Junior - 60 to 89 credits, \n. Senior - 90 credits and above . Classification of credits, \n. \n \n. Freshman - less than 30 points \n. Second year - 30 to 59 credits, \n. Junior - 60 to 89 credits, \n. Senior - 90 credits and above . Classification of credits, \n. \n \n. Freshman - less than 30 points \n. Second year - 30 to 59 credits, \n. Junior - 60 to 89 credits, \n. Senior - 90 credits and above . Classification of credits, \n. \n \n. Freshman - less than 30 points \n. Second year - 30 to 59 credits, \n. Junior - 60 to 89 credits, \n. Senior - 90 credits and above . Classification of credits, \n. \n \n. Freshman - less than 30 points \n. Second year - 30 to 59 credits, \n. Junior - 60 to 89 credits, \n. Senior - 90 credits and above


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