Preparation for College and University

school daysThinking of going to college? There’s quite a bit to consider before you leap into it. Have you considered the advantages and disadvantages of taking college online vs education at a campus? Do you know what subject area you wish to study and what the entrance requirements are for it? Do you currently serve in, or have previously served in the United States Armed Forces? In such cases, the GI Education Bill can probably offer financial support.

This page is about preparation for college and university, and also about preparing for tests that you may be required to take in order to qualify for entrance into the program you want. For example, if you don’t have a high school diploma, then you will need to take the GED test.  Similarly, if you are a graduate and you want to go to medical school, you will need to take the MCAT test.  Check the university entrance requirements for the universities and programs you are interested in. This page helps you to identify colleges and universities that provide courses or programs to assist you in your preparation. It provides links to resources and search boxes for you to find suitable programs.  Good luck with your preparation and subsequent applications.

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