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19 Best Online Colleges & Universities With Open Admissions of 2018

Getting into a top online college or university is a competitive process, whether it's for an online or traditional, brick-and-mortar school. Using criteria like standardized test scores, prior GPA, recommendation letters, and character assessment, competitive admissions enables schools to be selective in assembling their student body, as well as practice quality control. Online classes demand a high level of peer...

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Top 25 Colleges & Universities Offering Free Online Classes and Lectures

With a computer and an internet connection, you can now access free classes online from some of the very best colleges and universities around the world, as well as free lectures. A growing number of schools are making video and audio materials available, either through their own websites, YouTube EDU, and/or iTunesU. Course topics cover a variety of fields. For...

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7 Tips for Parents in College

Parenting is a challenge. So is earning a college degree. Doing both at the same time can be daunting, especially if you're also the sole breadwinner for the family. The good news is that thousands of parents graduate from college every year, in a number of majors achieving their dream of a better, more secure life for themselves and their children. Not only do parents succeed...

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Five Helpful Tips For Writing A College Admission Essay

The college admission essay can be so crucial, yet so daunting regardless of what you plan on studying - psychology, social work, public health, real estate, teaching. Here are five tips to help you polish up your college admission essay to make it as good as you can. 1. Logistical planning. The first step to prepare a polished college essay...

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