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When you attend college as a “normal” aged student in your late teens and early twenties, you have no responsibilities other than getting that A, and (usually) mom and dad are paying. If you return to school later, with a family and a job, it’s a different story. Be sure your life is financially prepared for your return to school.
Thinking about changing careers? Great! This could mean you have guts, that you value your skills and think you deserve to be as happy as can be. It could also mean you’re just having a bad day, a bad month, or a bad breakup. Sit down and go over this list before marching to your boss’ office to resign.
So you want to study the brain, huh? You may want to first delve into your own brain and figure out your reasons behind being interested in psychology, and more importantly, why you’re interested in studying it online.
Are you working at a business you’d like to run one day? Maybe you know you could do your bosses job? Guess what? Too bad. If you don’t have that little roll of paper that says “Masters in fill in blank of business specialty here” you’re probably not going to be considered. If you’re toying with the idea of going online for that degree, consider this:
You don’t have to be anywhere at any particular time, and for this reason, pursuing an online degree can seem to many as an easy thing—as just a little hobby, perhaps. But, it is so much more. It can greatly broaden your job opportunities and, just make you feel amazing because you did you. So, if you’re considering pursuing one, think about this first:
(AJC) — Next year, Georgia will become one of the first states in the country to offer electronic testing for the General Educational Development exam, also known as the GED. It may seem like an overdue evolution for the 68-year-old test, which more than 788,000 Americans took last year to earn high school equivalency in their state. But administrators say the upgrades are symbolic of the education reforms happening nationally.