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    College Tips for Nontraditional Students

    You've decided to continue your formal education. But how can you make college a success while still meeting work and family obligations? Check out these expert tips to help you during that all-important first term: *Begin with classes that you feel confident about*. Sure, it's good to get requirements out of the way. But don't feel you must tackle the most ...
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    Five Holiday-Break Activities to Advance Your Career

    Five Holiday-Break Activities to Advance Your Career
    You're done with exams, and now it's time for holiday break. Three straight weeks of couch lounging and video games sounds great when you're up to your eyeballs in coursework, but it isn't very productive long term. Why not devote some time and energy to one or more of these five low-key activities that will leave you in better career shape ...
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    Seven Great Study Habits and Time Management Tips

    Seven Great Study Habits and Time Management Tips
    It's Monday morning. My alarm clock screams at me to get out of bed. First things first: I have to check my e-mail to see if those five people I'm supposed to interview today replied. After my morning classes - Advanced Spanish and Microeconomics - I'll have to run back here for lunch, soon after which I'll be running off to ...
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    College Class Online

    College Class Online
    After you research your next car, book a flight and find a scholarship, why not do one more thing online -- earn a degree. Lots of busy people are trying out this new alternative to the traditional college career. h4. All Kinds of Programs The number of online education options has grown tremendously over the past several years. There are schools ...
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    Five Resume Tips for College Students

    Five Resume Tips for College Students
    You’re still in college, and the world of work can wait a few years. So who needs a resume? You do. Armed with a well-constructed resume, you will be prepared for potential opportunities throughout your time in college. These include seasonal, part-time and temporary work, as well as assistantships, internships and fellowships. Another plus: You’ll be ready to update your resume ...
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    Turn Postgraduation Panic into Action

    Turn Postgraduation Panic into Action
    If the only thing you have planned for after graduation is panicking, you're not alone. But you'll be far better off if you transform your fear into the kind of action that will boost your chances of landing the job you really want. Start with these key activities: Expand Your Industry-Specific Skills "If you're keeping a part-time job to make ends ...
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    The Dos and Don’ts of Requesting College Recommendations

    Some college applications require you to submit recommendations. Because this is such an important part of your application, you should be as organized as possible. To help you with this process, here is a list of things you should and shouldn’t do when asking for a recommendation. DO begin early. Most recommenders need at least two weeks, to write recommendations, maybe ...
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    Returning Students: Finish Your Undergraduate Degree

    Returning Students: Finish Your Undergraduate Degree
    Life on a college campus is a relatively carefree time for students entering from high school. But there's a more stressful side to campus life for transfer or returning students - many in the midst of career changes and some with families - who enter with partial degrees from other schools, or having completed preliminary work at a community college. Shelly ...
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    Clinical Ed Checklist for Radiologic Technologist Students

    Clinical Ed Checklist for Radiologic Technologist Students
    If you’re studying to be a radiologic technologist, you know that working in a clinical setting will be an integral part of your education. Such experience helps solidify your clinical skills, build professional contacts and prepare you for the working world. How can you get the most out of this critical learning experience? Clinical coordinators at three radiologic technology programs have ...
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    Get into Radiologic Technology School

    Get into Radiologic Technology School
    If you think that getting into a radiologic technology (RT) education program should be easy given the shortage of rad tech professionals, think again. The fact is that RT programs are turning away would-be students who don’t meet what is often the strict criteria for admission. “It is not easy to get in,” says Jane Saball, a student at Bethesda Memorial ...
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