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The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) is used by the US military to evaluate whether a person can join and what jobs are available for that person. The better your score, the more job options you have.
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From a better paying position to industry recognition and access to advanced research facilities and resources, attending graduate school has many advantages. Take a look at some of the most compelling reasons to attend graduate school - online or on campus.
Saving money for college can be easier said than done, but several savings and incentive plans make the task easier for many prospective college students and their families. Two of the most common education savings plans are 529 Plans and Coverdell Education Savings Accounts.
From acting and dancing to choreography and museum work, a career in the arts is a rewarding path for those with discipline and talent. Learn more about these careers paths and the valuable degrees that pave the way for them.
From social work to anthropology, from economics to psychology, social sciences careers deal with humans, human behavior, and society. Learn more about these challenging and rewarding careers and what degrees you need to enter the field.
Careers in the biological sciences range from zoology to cell biology and many other fascinating and challenging disciplines. Learn more about the degrees required and potential earnings for careers in the biological sciences.
As you gear up for college applications and the college admissions process, standardized tests are an essential part of that equation. The SAT and the ACT are the two most common required tests for most college admissions processes, and the decision of which test to take is one most students will want to address before their Senior year of high school, if not earlier.
The College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP), managed by the Office of Migrant Education (part of the U.S. Department of Education), provides considerable financial assistance for college for students who are migratory or seasonal farmworkers, or students who are children of these types of workers. The Office of Migrant Education reports that $16.4 million went into the program in 2011, funding 1,925 students at 40 campuses across the U.S.