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Everyone has different ways of learning, remembering and using information. Understanding your own way of learning begins with understanding your strengths and abilities.
Think about which program and school will best fit the plans you have for your career.
Applying for admission or funding generally requires submitting official, legal documents and fulfilling other requirements, as well as completing an application form.
Time is your most precious resource. Think about how you spend your time now, and how you could free up the time you need to succeed at school.
People learn in different ways, but most of us usually use a single style or method more often than another. Knowing your preferred method of learning may help you with your studying techniques.
Finding enough time to study—and using that time effectively—can be a challenge for many students. The good news is that good study habits can be learned.
After high school, you may look for work or continue your education. Check out this quick introduction to resources that can help you figure out your next steps.
People sometimes use terms such as certificate, diploma, applied degree and degree to mean the same thing. However, there are some important differences.