You are considered by SSA to be a student if you are enrolled for one or more courses of study and attend class:
· In a college or university for at least 8 hours a week under a semester or quarter system; or
· In grades 7-12 for at least 12 hours a week; or
· In a course of training to prepare you for a paying job, and you are attending that training for at least 15 hours a week if the training involves shop practice or 12 hours a week if it does not involve shop practice (this kind of training includes anti-poverty programs, such as the Job Corps, and government-supported courses in self-improvement); or
· Less than the amount of time given above for reasons you cannot control, such as illness, if the circumstances justify your reduced credit load or attendance.
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