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College Placement Exams Overview

Anyone attending a university for adults know that in order to go back to college, a college placement test often must be taken.  It sounds like an extra hurdle to go through but it’s necessary to see what classes colleges can place you in.  It’s not only for students returning to school.  Most colleges require college placements Read the full article…

Better Earnings with Bachelor’s Degree

With the economy still sluggish and news of horrendous student loan debt coupled with many young people not being able to find jobs, the question naturally arises why having a bachelors degree is still important. According to a recent study cited by CNN, having a college degree is actually more important than ever. The study was conducted Read the full article…

Online Learning vs. Traditional Learning

There are two ways to attend college: through a brick-and-mortar campus or online. Knowing the good and bad of each will help you choose where to go to college. Learn more about online learning versus traditional learning, and then decide which one is right for you. Brick and Mortar (On-Ground) A brick and mortar college is the traditional Read the full article…

Job Prospects for Grads with a Business Management Degree

Getting a business management degree is a rewarding experience that can lead to a lucrative career. Management is considered a general degree and doesn’t tie you down to any one particular career field. If you are interested in business and are good at leading others, then management is the right major for you. Quality Assurance Although many Read the full article…

Choosing a College Major: Some Things to Consider

By UOTP Staff Some people are born knowing what they want to be — what they’re meant to be — when they grow up. For these people, choosing college major doesn’t require a second thought. For others the choice is very difficult and often confusing. If you’re not sure what kind of career you’ll enjoy and be successful in, Read the full article…

Is a Bachelor’s Degree Worth It?

By UOTP Staff College represents a major investment of money and time. According to U.S. News and World Report, the average cost of tuition at public four-year colleges is $8,893 per year for the 2013 academic year. At private colleges, the average tuition is even higher at $30,090 annually. A bachelor’s degree takes at least four years while Read the full article…

What Jobs are Available for Students Majoring in Accounting?

By UOTP Staff If you are interested in one day becoming a Chief Financial Officer or an owner of a CPA firm, then majoring in accounting is the right choice for you. These are just two of the prestigious jobs you can attain. Individuals with accounting degrees often move into management positions because of their Read the full article…

Optimize Multitasking

By UOTP Staff Multitasking is a way to maximize the most of our time.  Doing two or more things at once shows us that we are getting work done at the same time.  What ends up happening is no work gets done.  We are concentrating on many things at once, and we have a lot Read the full article…

Trends and Innovations in Higher Education

By UOTP Staff Higher education in the United States is experiencing a time of significant transition, due in part to the tremendous increase in the cost of a college education over the past twenty years. Tuition costs—even at public universities–have become prohibitive for many. Universities, policy makers and scholarship funders are addressing this issue in Read the full article…

3 Reasons Why to Study Online

By UOTP Staff The Internet is making it possible for you and your classmates to interact in a new and more efficient way. You don’t have to spend excessive amounts of time getting to class and have more time to study or handle the things going on in your life. Of all the benefits of Read the full article…

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