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Your Online Degree: From Selecting a School to Graduating

Deciding on an online degree is a major decision and should not be taken lightly. You are investing time and money on your future. Many students who do not plan ahead or properly simply drop out and this is a waste of time and money.

If you are considering an online degree or just taking some classes for licensing, this book will take you from having an idea to attend an online school to graduating. The information will help you understand the types of schools available and how you can find the right one for you. You will also find some useful tips for success.

The Online Degree Advisor’s: Ultimate Guide to Online Law School

Choosing an online law school is a daunting task. With each school proclaiming that they are the best, who can you trust? The Ultimate Guide to Law Schools is written by the same people who brought you The Online Degree Advisor. Get honest advice and the most important information so you can choose the school that is best for you. It is now possible to earn your law degree online and qualify to sit for the California State Bar Exam. Find out which of the online schools have the best Bar pass rates, which school has the best tuition, and which school has the most dynamic teaching methods.

Pharmacy School Confidential: An Insider’s Guide to Getting In, Getting out, and Getting the Most from the Experience

This book is for anyone actively pursuing enrollment in a school of pharmacy. However, currently enrolled students will appreciate its relevance, too. This book provides hard-to-find details to sharpen your sense of what is important to pharmacy school faculty. Such knowledge can smooth your transition into professional school, perhaps increase your scholastic performance, and ultimately help you land the perfect job in your field. During my tenure on the faculty of an accredited, 4-year public college of pharmacy in the south, I have had the fascinating role of interviewing prospective applicants, seeing first-year students on “day 1” of class, and watching graduates leave after commencement…and a smidgen of everything in between. In my role in the college, I teach, listen, and learn from our approximately 200 matriculating students each year. My additional role as a first-year student mentor gave me eye-opening insight about the minute details of students’ adjustment to pharm