Yes, Real People Take CLEP Tests

  This content is sponsored by The College Board   Nontraditional students – you know, the category that parents, veterans, anyone over the age of 25 fall into – are on the rise in colleges across the country. They bring with them some unique challenges, including childcare issues, geographic limitations, and work-school-life balance. Enter, CLEP […]

Going Back to School – Think CLEP

This content is sponsored by The College Board. Maybe you have delayed your education or career because of the military or children or so many other reasons.  Well, now is the time to get started and invest in yourself.  With 33 tests to put you on the road to your degree, The College Board – […]

Seven tips to help you graduate from college in four years

It may sound counterintuitive, but freshmen college students who take a full load of reasonably demanding courses are more likely to graduate from college on time. That’s part of the message Western Washington University has been conveying to its students in a campaign called “15 to Finish,” which encourages students to work hard from the […]

Textbooks are tax-exempt in some states

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You learn something new every day! Today, I learned that some states exempt some or all textbooks from sales tax.  Details vary by state, so if you are in one of these states, you might want to ask around when you are buying textbooks. This chart lists the state, the state sales tax rate, and […]