SAT Prep Guidefor High School & College Students
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Getting Ready for the Writing & Language, Reading, Essay & Math Sections The Scholastic Assessment Test, or SAT, was taken by 1.7 million high school seniors in 2015. Scores from...
December 8, 2020 | Staff Writers
Learning to Capture Art Through a Camera Lens The world of professional photography is full of creativity, challenges and excitement. However, it is a very competitive business, and a number of successful photographers have gone to school to hone their talent, build their portfolio and learn the technical skills needed in the industry today. There […]
Best Online Art Schools and Degrees 2021
January 6, 2021 | Staff Writers
Artists can work with a variety of media and in many industries. These professionals employ creative skills and technical training to communicate, inspire, and entertain. According to the (BLS), professionals...
Interior Design Schools & Degrees
December 18, 2020 | Staff Writers
The interior design industry is a complex and competitive industry which includes careers in residential, business and environmental design. According to the , there were more than 57,000 interior designers employed...
Online Bible & Clergy Programs & Majors
December 9, 2020 | Staff Writers
Distance learning programs are an effective option for students who are juggling personal and professional responsibilities. In most cases, classes are asynchronous, meaning that students can download and view course...
Best Online Nursing Programs
December 21, 2020 | Staff Writers
Flexible Learning Used to Meet Future Healthcare Demands The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) projects jobs for registered nurses (RNs) to grow 12% from 2018-2028, which is much faster than the projected 5% growth for all occupations. This robust growth projection translates to many opportunities in the nursing field. An aging U.S. population and the rapid rate […]
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