They look at all 4 years of college, Mostly 9th, 10th and 11th. 12th grade you really don't do much at all if any, you take a lot of elective coureses just to get the amount of credits you need to pass. You have a lot of study halls and you get out early. So mostly 12th is just collecting the credits, and colleges know that and it summerizes a lot of stuff from the year before.
From where I am, no. It's mostly grade 12 that counts. Grade 11 as well, although teachers will tell you grade 11 doesn't count as much. However, in my experience, grade 11 counts just as much, I got an extremely early acceptance (conditional of course) because of my grade 11 marks.
Colleges look at your high school experence as a whole and if your school counts 8th grade as high school yes it will. Also college usually look at you GPA of your entire high school career so if you did bad one year it will bring everything down
It depends on what college. most good colleges will look at ur freshmen though senior grades. and how u improved. Some really huge colleges will look back on ur 8th grade. but mostly for how u acted. not grades.
Well it all depends. Most collages just look at how you did in highschool but for some more advanced collages in Ivy league they could go as far back as 6th grade.
Not at all, they usually focus on your high school year from freshman to senior year and what you've done throughout the 4 years you've attended high school.
No they dont they normally don't look at your 9th either they really focus on 10th and 11th