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After-30 Learning Curve: Are You Ready to Return to College?

Many people return to university as mature students over the age of 30, and it can be a very good idea. However, you are likely to have a very different experience compared to an 18-year-old student. Proper preparation for your time at university is essential, and there are a few important things to keep in […]

5 Benefits of Attending a Single-Sex School

Single-gender education institutions and programs have been making a comeback since the No Child Left Behind Act decreased the restriction of single-sex programs in 2006. But do single-sex schools really give your child an advantage? According to the experts, it depends on the institution and your child. Sending your son or daughter to a single-sex […]

Five Options To Consider When A Bachelor’s Degree Is Not Enough

The wage growth for workers with high school diplomas, undergraduate degrees and graduate degrees was evaluated over the last decade. The wages of high school graduates plummeted while the wages of bachelor degree holders remained stagnant and graduate degree holders had a rapid pay increase. With the accessibility to financial aid and dual enrollment programs […]

6 College Degrees That Are Worth The Money

Although there are many things an individual can do in order to lead a more productive and positive life, attaining a college degree may be the most significant. This is the case for several reasons, including the fact that the college environment provides people with networking experiences they can use to begin their careers after […]

Studying for the LSAT? 5 Reasons Why You’re Doing It Wrong

So you’re thinking about going to law school and now you’re trying to figure out how to tackle the LSAT. The LSAT, or Law School Admission Test, is administered four times a year for prospective law school attendees. A high score on the LSAT exam can make the difference between getting into your top choice […]

Refreshed SAT Arrives in Spring 2016

The SAT test is about to change. Again. The College Board announced in March 2014 that the current test format would be changed with the new test arriving in Spring 2016. The College Board is also eyeing leveling the playing field, by making test preparation materials available to the Khan Academy. In turn, Khan would […]