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is an NCAA regulation that stipulates minimum high school grades and standardized test scores that student-athletes must meet in order to participate in college athletic competition.
As of 2010, the regulation is as follows:
Before a high school student can be eligible to play Division I sports, he or she must meet academic requirements in high school. Those standards include:
* The successful completion of 16 core courses.
* A sliding-scale combination of grades in high school core courses and standardized-test scores. As the GPA increases, the required test score decreases, and vice versa.