Postpone College And Still
Complete College Successfully
As a Young High School Graduate, are you:
Worried About Parents Forcing
You To Do College When
You’re Not Ready?
Unsure About What College Major
Thinking To Postpone College
To Get A Job And Earn Money?
Or Wanting To Start a Business and Do College At A Later Time?
Or Stuck With Other Life Priorities
And Want To Get Back To College
Some Other Time?
Years ago, I did not have the money for college.
So I postponed college and instead found a job in something I was interested in.
Then years later, I was able to combine my old courses and work experience with additional learning to complete my 4 year bachelors degree from Excelsior College in New York.
What The Book Offers You
Benefits You Will Enjoy
1. Start When Ready
Start college whenever you're ready, there’s year-round admissions at degree completion colleges
4. Independence and Flexibility
Take months off from college and restart your courses when convenient without getting anyone’s approval. You get complete independence and flexibility at these colleges, and by using all the resources and tools we recommend.
2. Affordable Colleges
No need to worry about tuition fees, these colleges are affordable, and we will show you the most affordable courses and credit sources
5. 360 Degree View
With the College Shortcuts book, you get the 360 degree view of how to postpone college and then later on complete college in the shortest, cheapest and most flexible way possible.
3. Work While You Study
Work while you study, most students at these colleges are working adults over the age of 23 or more
Utilize Previous learning
Leverage all your previous learning with credits transfer and prior learning assessment to complete college in a fraction of the time.
“Change your life today. Don't gamble on the future, act now, without delay.”
Simone De Beauvoir
Here’s what you need to do to postpone college and complete it in the future
Get the College Shortcuts book and find every single shortcut, manuevour and strategy for a great college degree later on.
Using this learning, research the individual colleges and numerous credit sources and the respective costs.
Have a plan for how and when you can start your college degree and clearly communicate this to your parents, so everyone can stop worrying.
While you’re at it, share the College shortcuts book with your parents, so they know you’ve got college covered (even if you’re not actually ready for college at the moment!)
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