Graduating Debt-Free: Earning Credit with CLEP Exams Save Time. Save Money. Earn Credits with CLEP.

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Matt Frame’s parents didn’t want him to graduate from college with mounds of debt, so they encouraged him to start earning credit, inexpensively, while still in high school. Matt soon learned about the College-Level Examination Program® (CLEP®) and how earning a passing score on a CLEP exam could earn him 3 or more credits.

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Barriers to Entrepreneurs in the U.S. Economy By Rachael Murphey

Entrepreneurship is an indispensable force in the economy. Entrepreneurs build wealth for themselves, but everyone benefits along with them: workers get another job option, customers get a better product for less money, and the economy grows. What can the government do to promote as much entrepreneurship as possible? First and foremost, get out of the way! Starting a business from scratch is hard enough without the added burden of government interference. There are several ways in which the government erects artificial barriers that make things even harder for entrepreneurs.

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Choosing a College or a University in the USA By Dave Anderson

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The United States has attracted millions of international students to its universities and colleges because the USA offers so many choices and some of the best facilities in the world. With more than 3,000 colleges and universities in the United States, the options are almost limitless. Yet, because the choices are so varied, deciding which program to attend is not an easy choice. Therefore you will have to determine your priorities.

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First Home Fears: Ideas for Your First Apartment Eileen O'Shanassy

Moving into your first apartment is a milestone to celebrate. For most young people, living on their own is exciting because of the fun and independence it can bring. However, there are also worries that come along with leaving home. Here are three of the most common concerns for people moving into their first apartment:

 

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6 Practical Tips To Improve Your Skills In Academic Writing Br Sharon Conwell

Even people who are already talented writers can struggle with academic writing. It’s a specific skill, with a particular audience that is unlike any other form of writing. There’s more information to impart than with other forms of writing, and it’s important to adapt your style to this specific task. While there are no quick steps that can lead to great content and original ideas, the following tips can ensure that your content is well-written and well-presented.

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The Best Online Degrees for Active People By Dixie Somers

For some people, being active is part of their passion for life. Whether it is sports, physical fitness or exploring the great outdoors, they live to take part in healthy physical activities. Thankfully, if you love being active, there are many great career paths for you to pursue. Below are four great online degrees for active people.

 

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Cross Country College Tips for New Freshmen By Eileen O'Shanassy

Starting at a new school can be an exciting and nerve-racking time for both the student and the parents, especially if the school in question is across the country. In many cases, this is the first time these students have been apart from home for an extended period of time, and the shock of that sudden change is a milestone that must be overcome by most new freshmen. In order to make it easier for new college students to adjust to life at a school far away, here are a few tips to make the transition simpler.

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5 Things to Do Your Second Semester of College By Robyn Scott

College freshmen are settling into their new situation and are hopefully feeling confident about their classes as well as their social and living conditions. This is a great opportunity for students to figure out what they want to do with the rest of their college career now that they have survived their initial transition. Although college students should focus on keeping stress low, they should also think about which goals they want to reach and what they want to do their sophomore year.

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4 Creative Ways for English Majors to Get Their Work out to the Masses By Hannah Whittenly

If you’re looking to break into the world of writing and publishing, you might be a little intimidated by all of the options out there. This is especially true if you’re a young English major with no idea where to begin. The good news is that it’s easier than you might think to get started, so before you pull the covers over your head and give up, here are just a few tips for sharing your work with the world.

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Colleges & Universities That Offer Scholarships to International Students: Massachusetts By Brianna Burrows

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Finding the money to attend college or university can be quite a struggle, especially for international students. That’s why it is by far one of the most popular questions on StudyUSA.com: where can I find scholarships for international students? We will be answering that popular question every week by posting schools that offer scholarships to international students.

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