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How to Choose a College That Meets Your Goals: 15 Factors

We really don’t spend enough time teaching how to choose a college in our secondary schools, which is clearly a shame when you consider what an important factor it is in the trajectory of the rest of our lives. Unfortunately, many students make the decision of where to go without considering whether they even want […]
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No Work Experience, No Problem: What Your Resume Should Have If You Don’t Have ‘It’

Is no work experience really starting to impede your job search? Believe us, it happens to everyone at some point in their lives. Usually right around graduation day when you need to start repaying the thousands in student loans looming overhead. We know it can seem hopeless, but you have more going for you than […]
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11 TOEFL Test Day Tips That Will Help You Succeed

The Test of English as a Foreign Language sends many students looking for TOEFL test day tips each year. It is a difficult test because English is a difficult language. Perhaps the hardest, if you’re coming to it from another culture. In the following article, we’ll be getting you ready for test day with some […]
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Can GED Students Get Scholarships: Yes, Here Is a Complete Guide

One question among those unable or unwilling to finish high school the traditional way is “Can GED students get scholarships?” What leads one to ask that question isn’t necessarily a belief that it isn’t possible, just a genuine curiosity over how it works in such a nontraditional manner. The good news (and short answer to […]
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TOEFL: Why Use It to Study Abroad in the United States

The TOEFL, or Test of English as a Foreign Language, is your first stop in the journey to study abroad, particularly in the United States. The test, administered by ETS (the same crew behind PRAXIS) prepares thousands of foreign students and migrants for US assimilation each year. However, it’s a challenging test. One you’ll have […]
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How to Study for the ASVAB Paragraph Comprehension Test

The ASVAB Paragraph Comprehension portion is only 11 written questions and 22 minutes long, but it’s an important factor in determining your success. For starters, the ASVAB test creators understand how PC is applicable to the other nine portions of the exam and your success-as-a-whole while enlisted. Whether dealing with Electronics Information, General Science, or […]
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ASVAB Scores: 10 Things You Need to Know

Attaining high ASVAB scores is challenging work. You greatly improve your odds, however, if you’re able to understand the layout of the test, subject matter, and how those scores are specifically calculated. For those of you who don’t know, the ASVAB stands for Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery. It’s the test you’ll have to take […]
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10 Ways Coronavirus Will Change College Forever

It may be too early for some to sound the alarm that Coronavirus will change college forever. However, there are some pretty smart people who are already seeing the writing on the wall. And, as one Forbes writer put it, that may not necessarily be a bad thing. In the following article, we’ll be looking […]
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10 Distance Learning Pro Tips for the Semester Ahead

Distance-learning is here to stay in the age of the pandemic. How you are able to navigate it will largely depend on attitude. That said, there are steps that you can take to make this process easier. In the following article, we will be looking at 10 in particular. This is not a “pick one” […]
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The Only TOEFL FAQ You’ll Ever Need

We’ve created this TOEFL FAQ so that people who need to demonstrate their proficiency with the English language can have all the answers they need in a single place. In the following article, you will be learning about whom the test was created for, along with all kinds of valuable information on scoring, preparation, and […]
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