You need to have your high school diploma and about 15 or so college credits to get started. These credits can be from AP exams, CLEP or prior college courses.
I've included 2 bonuses:
|1) A handy degree completion checklist to get you started asap.|
|2) A free chapter on Job search and Interviewing so you can ace your interviews upon completing college.|
Your study schedules are completely as per your convenience. You can study as fast or at any pace that fits your lifestyle and preferences.
For CLEP/DSST exams, you can choose a test center close to home when your register. For online ACE accredited courses such as Saylor, all you need is your laptop and even the tests or exams can be completed online via online test proctoring.
You can certainly complete one of these degree programs yourself using all the posts on our website. But here are a few additional things this manual provides:
|1) 33+ ways to earn college credits for a fraction of the cost of regular college courses.|
|2) A detailed description and comparison of the Top 10 flexible, degree completion colleges.|
|3) List of over 17 degree completion colleges all across the United States.|
|4) Custom degree plans for many popular college majors which you can use as-is, or as a starting point for preparing your degree plan with the help of your college student advisor.|
You will get the a PDF download of the College Shortcuts manual, along with a PDF of the Degree Completion checklist and a Free Chapter on Job search and Interviewing.