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  • Many things are going right for the economy right now, and the labor market is at the forefront. Rising profits are cajoling businesses to try to fill numerous job openings. So why is this a good time to get your degree?

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  • Many universities are moving away from requiring the GRE or GMAT for graduate school admissions, or are changing the emphasis placed on scores for specific circumstances. Admissions boards are using substitute components to evaluate applicants, including resumes, portfolios, writing samples, professional work experience, and more. These markers are often more predictive of a student’s performance and professional success than standardized testing.

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  • Working through school and getting to graduation day is no easy task. It can be incredibly daunting at times. The good things in life don’t come easy and they aren’t cheap. There’s a lot of blood, sweat and tears along the path to every person’s goal.

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  • Nontraditional students such as yourself don’t have the luxury of taking summers off. It’s prudent to reach your graduation requirements sooner than later. The heat of summer doesn’t have to distract you from the goal or deplete your motivation. Remember, when you continue to work, you’ll stay on top of your game.

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  • Finals are tough. No one enjoys taking them. But they’re a necessary evil for every college student. As finals approach it’s important to maintain consistent study sessions.

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  • Your mindset and your attitude set the tone for your success and happiness. Don’t allow your attitude to affect and diminish your outlook. Having a positive mindset is one of the most important components of your college experience--especially as a non-traditional student. Your perspective matters.

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