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When it comes to writing papers and taking tests, the temptation to find a shortcut…or maybe cheat just a little…can be almost overwhelming. According to an article in U.S. News & World Report, the temptation is even stronger for many students attending school online – no one is standing right in the room with them...
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Since college is often the first (and only) place that many people will need to use the writing style set forth by the American Psychological Association (APA), the method is often new…and can be rather confusing. In the U.S., one ubiquitous method for determining a student’s comprehension of concepts is written essays. Papers. Along with original...
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When people want to improve their lives, getting additional training/education in something (whether it is a college degree or a trade certification) is often an integral part of that path. Online schools are becoming increasingly popular due to their convenience of time and place for education.  Who wouldn’t want to be able to learn more,...
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People choose to get their college degrees online because it is convenient and can fit into their existing lives. And there is a very good reason for that. A study by Noel-Levitz confirmed what online university’s already know:  that most online college students… are between the ages of 25 and 44. are employed full-time. are...
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Believe it or not, learning is a skill…and it can be learned. When you choose to get a degree from an online university — especially one with a competency-based education model — knowing how YOU learn best will make a big difference in your experience. First, and this may seem obvious, you need to know...
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Being an online student is way more challenging than most people realize.  Part of the reason people choose online schooling is because they can fit it into the nooks and crannies of their already full schedules. While they know it won’t last forever, and they are whole-heartedly committed to the sacrifice required, let’s face it...
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A report by the National Association of Colleges and Employers shows the results of a survey that asked member businesses what qualities they look for in their college graduates. Want to know what they said? Well, more than having a high grade point average, employers are looking for people who can tactfully work with a...
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It is Spring in North America. It is a time when many people do an in-depth cleaning of their homes. For online students, their study space is one place where tidiness can make a big difference in efficiency. New Charter’s Adam Christian shares some tips for Spring cleaning your workspace. He suggests focusing on 3...
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