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Other Tips - Win College Scholarships / Getting A Degree Online
« on: July 16, 2015, 10:26:32 AM »
With busy work schedules, families and other common tasks, many find it difficult to find the time to attend a traditional college campus. Therefore, more and more students are bringing the campus into their very own home by way of the world wide web. These days, there is no shortage of ways to earn a degree online.

In the beginning, online degrees were scarcely recognized among employers. Thankfully for many, that is no longer the case. Getting a degree online can be achieved through a combination of internet courses and exams, mailed study materials and at the convenience of the learner. Depending on the college, some courses are taught at specific times while others are accessible at the student’s convenience. The best thing about getting a degree online is that, if the college is properly accredited, the student may be able to transfer his/her degree into a graduate school program. Many online degrees are available as career diplomas, associates and/or bachelors degree programs.

When it comes to getting a degree online, the single most important aspect to look for is accreditation. If a school is properly accredited by a regional accrediting agency, the credits earned will be transferable to a traditional college campus should the student later decides to continue with his/her education. If, on the other hand, a school is not regionally accredited, any credits earned may not be transferable. In the latter case, a student who does not plan to move forward into graduate school may find it very convenient to obtain a career diploma or associates degree from a nationally accredited college, but it’s important to note that the credits will not likely have any impact on continuing education toward a bachelors, masters or doctorate degree. The reason that regional accreditation is so much more important than national accreditation, when it comes to transfer credits, is because learning institutions want to make sure that their students have all learned the same course material.

If you are considering an online degree, you may find a lot of benefits to learning at home. In addition to the convenience factor, many students are also pleased to learn that they are often able to pay as they learn rather than being charged a full semester tuition all at once. As an independent learner, you may be able to pay for each course/credit hour as you enroll, which means it will be much easier to pay for your college education if you can pay as you go. And, without the stress of worrying about how to pay for college, you will be able to focus more on learning and less on the tuition bill.


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Other Tips - Win College Scholarships / Choosing A College Major
« on: March 31, 2015, 09:31:10 AM »
Once you are accepted into a college and begin taking classes, the next step is to decide on a major. Most college graduates change their major several times before they finally pick one and stick to it, so it is important not to get discouraged if you have a hard time deciding right away. However, there are some factors to consider beyond your general interests when you decide the subject on which you will focus your studies. It will take a lot of research and soul-searching for you to find a good and somewhat practical match for your interests and lifelong goals.

The first thing to consider when choosing a college major is what interests you the most. Some subjects are more financially lucrative than others, but there is no sense in studying a subject that will make you miserable once you begin working in your field. It is obvious that business, sales and marketing degrees tend to put you on the path toward financial wellbeing, but if you are not interested in the business world you will find that you do not enjoy your chosen career path. Rather than choosing something simply because of future financial benefits, try exploring a variety of options before locking down on one. If financial status is major goal, take a variety of science classes to see if those suit your fancy.

However, practicality should be considered when you choose your major. You should evaluate that reasons you are in college, and plan your course of study accordingly. If you are attending strictly to gain general knowledge and experiences, then choosing something simply because you are interested in it might be an acceptable way to go. If you enjoy reading and writing, getting a degree in English might be beneficial to you. However, English degrees are not quite as marketable as business or science degrees.

If you are unclear about your interests when you first enter college, rest assured that you are not alone. Many people look at their undergraduate experience as a way to get acquainted with themselves in an intellectual and a personal way. Take a wide variety of classes during your basic coursework, and you might find that your major finds you. If you tend to enjoy psychology classes more than anything else, you might consider majoring in the subject, especially if you plan to attend graduate school.

 Keep in mind that you can always change your major. Granted, you may end up spending more time in college than you had originally planned, but if you look at it as a journey of exploration, you will find that you will learn more from your college years than you would if you had the get in and get out mindset. Once you finally decide on your major, you will feel confident that you will have made the right choice, and you will be able to learn more from your classes than you would if you were still unsure.

No matter what college major you choose, remember that you are not writing anything in stone. Once you graduate, you will have the freedom to choose whatever sort of profession that holds your interest. Recent graduates are all the same in that they have limited experience in any given field, even if they do have specialized degrees. If you are planning to attend graduate school, you will once again be able to choose another course of study. As an undergraduate, your main goal should be to learn as much as you can about everything that interests you, and to gain as much real life experience as possible. College is your last chance to explore the world without extreme financial responsibilities, so use your time wisely and learn as much as you can.


Other Tips - Win College Scholarships / How To Take A Test
« on: January 19, 2015, 11:47:09 AM »
How to take a test? Study, for starters. Of course there is more you can do if you want to get a higher score, and you may already know some of the following tricks. If so, consider this a refresher course. Here are some ways to score higher on the next test you take.

Test Taking Preparation

Preparation is an important and often overlooked element of how to take a test. Studies confirm that even if you have studied sufficiently, your score will be higher or lower according to how well you prepare for the test. Beginning with a good night's sleep, here are some test-taking preparations.

 - Get good quality sleep. Sleep deficiencies seem to affect response time more than accuracy, but many tests are timed, so get that sleep. Quality of sleep has been shown to be as important as the amount, so sleep well.

 - Know what to expect. If you can get a sample test, or a previous version, so you know what kind of questions will be on it, you'll be more likely to study the right things.

 - Arrive on time. In general, test-anxiety is bad for test scores. Time pressure adds to test-anxiety, so avoid it by being on time.

 - Stay away from nervous test-takers. Anxiety can be contagious, so don't sit near others who are obviously stressed.

 - Breath deep. Take several deep breaths and let the tension drain from your muscles.

Specific Test Taking Skills

Beyond studying and preparing, are there skills and techniques to how to take a test? Absolutely! Here are a few of them.

 - Continue taking a deep breath now and then throughout the test. this helps relax you and keeps the oxygen level in your brain up.

 - Focus on the question in front of you. Total involvement in one question, even for a moment, reduces anxiety. Don't think about the other questions while working on the current one.

 - Take notes at the beginning. If you are allowed to take notes, write down any information you might forget. This can be especially useful if you "crammed" for the test just before taking it.

 - Try to determine the test makers intent. When an answer seems too easy, and you're sure it's wrong, look for a similar answer. Test makers try to catch sloppy test takers with answers that are close in appearance. Look for other clues to the test maker's intent when you are unsure of the right answer.

 - Answer all questions. Unless there is a penalty for a wrong answer (as opposed to an unanswered question), you should guess on questions you are unsure about. On multiple choice tests, eliminate as many unlikely answers as you can and pick one of the remaining ones. You might get half of these questions correct with this method.

The best way to score higher on a test may be to study. Still, no matter how much you study, you know that other factors play a role, so why not apply a bit of proper preparation and a few good test taking skills too? That is how to take a test properly.

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