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Scholarships: Free Money for College

Disclosure: Please note that College Prep Ready was compensated by Sallie Mae for the content in this post. Enter to win money for college in the Plan for College Sweepstakes1 According to How America Pays for College 2016, the national study by Sallie Mae® and Ipsos, 19% of college costs were covered by scholarships in academic year […]

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5 Degrees You Didn’t Know You Could Get Online

Each year, more and more professional programs can be accessed through online degrees. Individuals with drive and determination can now substantially improve their lives and careers by earning their degrees online, arranging their classes and study time to fit in with the demands of work and family. Here are five areas of study that you […]

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4 Major Ways You Can Prepare for an Advanced Degree During Your Undergrad

Are you planning on getting a graduate degree after you finish undergraduate school? Or are you just thinking about graduate school? Whatever your case, if there is even a slight possibility that you might go on to pursue an advanced degree, you should be thinking about and preparing for it throughout your undergraduate career. Here […]

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Maximizing Education: How to Utilize Your Degree to Its Fullest Potential

Going to college can give your future career prospects a big boost. However, college is also a big investment of time, money, and effort. If you’ve spent years earning a degree, it’s important to make the most of it. No matter what you studied, these strategies can help you maximize the value of your hard-earned […]

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Scholarship Search Tips for High School Seniors Who Need Money Now

If you are looking for scholarship search tips for high school seniors, I am going to share three tips that I want you to pass on to your high school seniors. There is money still available for your high school seniors right now. The key is to know how and where to search for those scholarship […]

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Ready Your Child for the World of Academia

Parents, learn how to help your child excel in the classroom with tips from this guest post. Every parent worried about how their children are being taught. Likewise, every student is different and feels a different level of comfort around others. In order for students to feel safe and reach their maximum potential in the classroom, they […]

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Top 4 Master Programs for Working Professionals

If you are a working professional, consider these graduate degree programs to further your career in this guest post. Working professionals looking to increase their earning power have a huge number of options. This post helps cut through the flood of options by describing four Master’s degree options that offer great earning potential, and that you can […]

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Education for the Future: Where Can a Masters Degree Put You Ahead?

Check out this guest blog post to learn how a masters degree can put you ahead in your career. One of the primary messages students receive while attaining a degree is the more education you attain, the more job opportunities you’ll have. However, many come to realize that attaining an advanced degree such as a master’s does […]

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The Five Best Masters Degrees for Millennials

Many employers are now looking for employees with masters degrees. Check out some of the top graduate programs in this guest post. In our turbulent economy, and with the high cost of college, you may be wondering which professions offer the best opportunities for those with a master’s degree. Here are five suggestions for in demand professions […]

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5 Tips For Making Learning In College A Breeze

Get great tips in this guest blog post to help you learn how to excel in your college classes! Whether you are a full-time student living on campus or taking classes while you are working, it’s important to manage your time appropriately. Students need to find a healthy balance between their academic and personal responsibilities. Consider these […]

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