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Welcome to the November 25, 2009 edition of carnival of college admission.
Choosing the Right College
Sophie presents Community College, I couldn’t have been More Wrong | Sophie’s Blog posted at Sophie’s Blog, saying, “Discover if you’ve made the same assumptions I did, I couldn’t have been more wrong.”
Linda Jones presents 100 Great Twitter Tips, Tools & Tutorials for Serious Students posted at AccreditedOnlineColleges.org.
Home School College Counselor presents When Should Your Student Visit College Campuses? posted at Home School College Counselor, saying, “When should we begin visiting college campuses? Before you hop in the car or jump on the plane to check out your child’s new home and learning environment over the next four years, a couple of preliminary steps should be taken to save both time, money, and headaches.”
Kaitlyn cole presents 100 Excellent Open Courses for International Businessmen posted at Online Colleges.net.
Rose King presents 100 Essential Academic Engines for Students & Educators posted at Online Classes.org.
Dawn Papandrea presents College Is Cool Again posted at CollegeSurfing Insider, saying, “College enrollment is at an all-time high, despite the tough economy. This is encouraging news about the power of education.”
Mike presents Top 5 Jobs for Students posted at AidScholar Blog – Thoughts on scholarships, school, and starting up..
Sandra Proulx presents How to Find Out What’s Going On With Your Pell Grant posted at EducationGrant.com Blog, saying, “Sometimes it seems like the hardest thing about college is finding the money to pay for it. Tuition is up across the country, as is just about every other college-related expense. Education grant money from the government is a blessing for those that qualify but sometimes it is a royal pain in the butt to find out the status of your money. Thus, this blog post, which gives students to checklist of things to do in order to keep their sanity while getting some answers.”
Adaeze Astley presents 7 Non-traditional Professors Who Are Changing the World posted at online degrees in education.
Elisha Knackwood presents Top 10 Largest Universities in the World posted at College Stats.org, saying, “If, as a prospective college student, you believe there is strength in numbers, then you might think about enrolling in an open university.”
Other Cool Stuff
Kathryn Hawkins presents Judge Judy 101? Five of the Weirdest College Courses Around posted at My College Guide, saying, “Five of the most unique college courses available at American universities.”
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