Top USA Online Colleges That Offer Laptops

  • 02-19-2015
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In this technologically advanced day and age, the use of computers has become an integral part of life.  Education is one aspect of our lives that stands to benefit the most from this technological marvel. Keeping this in mind, many colleges, especially online colleges, have initiated laptop providing programs for their students. If you are an applicant, with a limited budget, you are advised to look for a university that offers a laptop as part of its overall tuition package.

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Why Registered Nurses Should Enroll in A Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program

  • 02-11-2015
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Today, nursing is one of the most rapidly growing and dynamic professions. A degree in nursing offers individuals job opportunities at many different levels. Data compiled by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) shows that employment within the nursing profession is going to see substantial growth between 2012 and 2022. The growth rate predicted can be attributable to a number of different factors that include a current shortage of nurses, a large aging population, and a greater demand for health care services. Nursing is a profession which focuses on promoting the wellbeing of others, helping patients to cope with illnesses and diseases, and providing direct patient care under the supervision of physicians. It can be a demanding job and requires a tremendous amount of determination.

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Top 10 Surprisingly Lucrative Careers

  • 02-09-2015
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With expenditures on the rise and the job market becoming tougher by the day, it is fairly genuine for the college graduates to be concerned of their future earning potential.

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8 Popular Bachelors Majors With High Employment

  • 02-01-2015
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Selecting the “right” major could be tiresome and confusing. Students are faced with all sorts of tricky questions. Will I get a job with this major? What sort of salary should I expect? What sort of jobs can I get?   These are all very genuine concerns. If questions like these are running through your mind, then take a look at the 8 popular undergraduate majors with high employment rates, listed below.

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Top 10 Most Popularly Enrolled Bachelors Majors

  • 02-01-2015
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As competition in the global job market intensifies, the world of education is simultaneously becoming more competitive.  Colleges are trying to enroll as many students as they can in every enrollment cycle. With some graduates being “more equal than others”, students are becoming more concerned with choosing the “right” major. The biggest question for most remains, how much will they earn with a specific degree?

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30 Top Christian Colleges in Usa

  • 12-23-2014
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Are you looking for a world-class education that is rooted in strong Christian beliefs and values? Whether you’re a traditional student or an adult professional, there are many Christian colleges in the U.S. that are worth applying to.

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Colleges in The US That Have Taken The Green Initiative Road

  • 12-01-2014
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Environmental awareness is gaining momentum not only in Climate Change Conferences but also in colleges and universities. The main purpose behind this is to prepare a knowledgeable generation. There is serious commitment towards making the campus, its life, and its residents healthier and more sustainable. Below is a list of 20 colleges that take their responsibility to the environment seriously and are contributing positively towards the sustainability cause by taking innovative initiatives and actively investing in a future for everyone.

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Top 16 Ways to Know Your Teachers Better

  • 10-27-2014
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This Lee Iacocca’s quote is true on many levels.
‘In a completely rational society, the best of us would be teachers and the rest of us would have to settle for something else.’
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10 Reasons Why Your Kids Grades May Be Slipping

  • 10-27-2014
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Slipping grades are looked upon as a sign of a student in trouble. Students with C’s and D’s are not necessarily ‘dumb’ but admission committees and employers rely heavily, if not solely, on High School grades.

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Ways to Socialize With Fellow Online Students

  • 10-27-2014
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When we talk about socializing, meeting friends over drinks sharing a good laugh is what comes to mind. That of course requires physical presence and may not be possible for some in today’s high tech world. Students interested in online courses often wonder whether the virtual presence would turn them into a “loner”. That concern, if not completely unreasonable, is however unfounded; online students do socialize, if not more than their traditional peers, then at least as much as them and this is how they do it.

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10 Tips to Get Into The College of Your Choice

  • 10-27-2014
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Applying to colleges can be a stressful and daunting process, more so, if you’re applying to a particular one that you’ve always dreamt of going to. There is no easy way of preparing yourself for the task; however, it is up to you to make the process as smooth as possible for yourself. Here are some tips that you can follow to increase your chances of getting into the college of your dreams.

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16 Ways to Get On Your Teachers Good Side

  • 07-13-2014
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‘In a completely rational society, the best of us would be teachers and the rest of us would have to settle for something else.’
This Lee Iacocca’s quote is true on many levels. Have you ever wondered why do we go to school? Is it to get a good job when we grow up? That is true but school alone doesn’t guarantee a successful life; rather it is our “schooling” which makes us stand out from the rest. It is our teachers, who will ultimately help us stand among the “haves”, away from “have nots”
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Common Jobs That Will Always Be in Demand

  • 10-27-2014
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It's fun to think about all the new types of careers that have become more prevalent since the millennium: software engineers, app developers, social media marketers, and video game designers are all thriving occupations that immerse workers into the fast-paced world of technology.

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5 Popular Tech Jobs That Dont Need A 4 Year Bachelors Degree

  • 10-29-2014
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Tech jobs are often referred to as STEM jobs – ones that require having a skill-set in Science, Technology, Engineering or Math. The good news is that you can get a well-paying tech job without having to spend four years getting your bachelor’s degree.

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4 Ways to Make You A Good Student in Class

  • 10-27-2014
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How many of you have lived through your lives wondering how to be a good student? How many of you have spent the days before your exams with blank faces and empty minds, wishing for a last-minute miracle? How many of you have had to use your friends, families and even your pets to blame for academic failings? Not being a good student in today’s increasingly competitive world is like being an Olympic hurdles runner coming in last. You start at the same point and face the same obstacles as your competitors, but you still end up losing. The thing to remember is that, like the Olympic runner, if you do want to succeed then there are quite a few things that you need to be mindful of.

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Top 10 Ways to Avoid Student Loan Debt

  • 07-04-2014
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College students and graduates just can’t seem to get a break. There is no respite for “America’s future” as college loan debt rises with college fee hikes and shrinking incomes. According to USA. Today, the average debt for the graduating class of 2012 was $29,400.

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How to Prepare For Lsat

  • 07-04-2014
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Are you hoping that a miracle (read Mike Ross) would help you get away with taking LSATs? Well, let go of that thought immediately! It’s not the fictional world of Suits or Pearson Hardman that you live in. We understand that the prospect of taking LSAT may seem frightening to all of you out there.  After all, this 4 to 5 hours test carries as much, or perhaps more weight as your four years of college. Not trying to freak you out or anything but this test can be the difference between you working at a prestigious law firm or just be an ‘ambulance chaser’. If you are willing to work hard, and feel determined and motivated enough to make it to a prestigious law school, you’ll figure out how to beat LSAT. LSAT Quick Facts If you’re new to the test, go through the following quick facts: LSAT is conducted four times in a year, at designated testing centers around the world
You’ll basically be tested on reading and verbal reasoning skills
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25 Famous People Who Never Cared For A College Degree

  • 05-08-2014
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That iPhone in your pocket and that latest window version on your desktop were both envisioned by those who never finished college. Surely you have heard of Steve Jobs and Bill Gates? They are however not the only ones who made it big without ever having the opportunity to toss their mortarboards (those cool black caps) on Graduation day.

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10 US Presidents With The Highest Recognized Degrees

  • 06-25-2014
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American presidents may have had different views on education, but they all agreed that it served as an engine for change. John F. Kennedy said “The goal of education is the advancement of knowledge and the dissemination of truth.” His predecessor, Theodore Roosevelt had a more cynical view: “A man who has never gone to school may steal from a freight car; but if he has a university education, he may steal the whole railroad.

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Is Pharmacy A Good Career

  • 06-25-2014
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Believe it or not, the comparison between pharmacists and doctors is not the same as David v Goliath. Think about it, both form the backbone of the healthcare sector in the US and are handicapped without each other’s cooperation and assistance. Yet surprisingly and contrary to popular belief, pharmacists will be enjoying a better professional outlook than doctors in the coming years.

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