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Bachelor Degrees in Less Than 4 Years Save Money and Time

May 17th, 2017 | By | Category: 3+3 J.D., 3-year Degree Programs, Accelerated college degrees, Admissions, Advanced Placement Exams, AP Exams, Article, Articles, Blog, by Emerson Sandow, Cleveland Marshall School of Law, College, college admission, college credit, College Debt, College finance, college for homeschoolers, college preparation, college testing, Degree in 3, Dual credit, High School, Hofstra, Homeschool college, Homeschool Courses, Homeschool Resources, HomeschoolNewsLink.com, Illinois college enrollment, John Marshall School of Law, Lake Erie College, Lake Forest College, Loyola Law School, N.H., Ohio college enrollment, Online College, Online Education, SNHU, Southern New Hampshire University, Student Debt, Student Loans, Student money, Texas college enrollment, University of Houston at Victoria, www.homeschoolmagazine.com, www.homeschoolnewslink.com, www.inspirededucationmagazine.com, www.snhu.edu, www.thehomeschoolreview.com

By Emerson Sandow, College Transcripts, Now.com Brief Overview For students wishing to save money on college tuition and other expenses associated with obtaining a Bachelor’s Degree, many colleges and universities offer 3-year Bachelor’s degrees using a variety of alternative credit means. Some are Advanced Placement (AP) courses in high school; dual enrollment high school/college credits; […]



States With the Most College Students

Feb 13th, 2017 | By | Category: California college enrollment, College, college admission, College Attendance by State, Florida college enrollment, Illinois college enrollment, Michigan college enrollment, New York college enrollment, North Carolina college enrollment, Ohio college enrollment, Pennsylvania college enrollment, Texas college enrollment, Virginia college enrollment

http://asumag.com/ American School and University A little more than 19 million students were enrolled in U.S. colleges and universities in fall 2016, according to the latest estimates from the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center. That represents a decline of 1.4 percent compared with fall 2015. California, the nation’s largest state, also has the most students enrolled in […]



ACT vs SAT?

Jun 30th, 2016 | By | Category: ACT, ACT vs SAT, Blog, College, college admission, College Board, college preparation, college testing, SAT, SAT prep

I recently heard a talk by a consultant to college students about some of the advantages of each of the big college entrance tests – the ACT and the SAT. The presenter stated a wide variety of facts about the two exams, but one thing that jumped out at me, that I want to share […]



Go After More Merit Scholarship Money

Dec 23rd, 2014 | By | Category: ACT, College, college admission, College Board, College finance, college for homeschoolers, College scholarships, FAFSA, Financial aid, Free money, Free money for college, Free tuition, GPA, Grants, merit scholarships, SAT, Scholarships, Student Debt, Student money, Test scores, Tuition resources, Uncategorized, www.homeschoolalmanac.com, www.homeschoolmagazine.com, www.homeschoolnewslink.com, www.inspirededucationmagazine.com, www.thehomeschoolreview.com

Aside from financial-need-based scholarships, many universities offer merit scholarships to students who have high test scores, good GPAs, or other academic accomplishments. Many schools are actually using these merit awards as a marketing tool to attract new students, so getting one is becoming easier. According to Money Magazine’s Kim Clark, here are some ways to […]



COLLEGE BOARD AP EXAM INFORMATION FOR HOMESCHOOLERS

Sep 7th, 2014 | By | Category: Admissions, Advanced Placement Exams, AP Exams, CLEP, College, college admission, College Board, college credit, College Debt, college for homeschoolers, college preparation, college testing, Dual credit, High School Homeschool, SAT, SAT prep, Student Loans, Transcripts, University

http://professionals.collegeboard.com/testing/ap/scores/prepare/homeschool Because parents and students cannot order exams directly, the AP Program encourages schools to assist homeschooled students and students whose schools do not offer AP courses and exams. Schools that agree to administer exams to these students should note the following: • Locating a school: Once a parent or student locates a school willing […]



New SAT Coming Soon

Sep 26th, 2013 | By | Category: Admissions, College, college admission, College Board, college for homeschoolers, college testing, Homeschool college, SAT, SAT prep

by Jean Burk, www.collegeprepgenius.com There have been a lot of rumors flying around since David Coleman, president of the College Board, announced earlier this year plans to change the SAT. This change comes less than 10 years after the previous revamp of the iconic test. In his email concerning the upcoming revisions Coleman stated that […]