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Two-year colleges can help students improve English skills, save money, and adapt to U.S. education.
Students should avoid excuses that are the modern equivalent of ‘My dog ate my homework.’
Plenty of fine colleges give extra credit for hard work and drive.
Colleges are responding to workplace demand by adding degrees.
Setting a daily study routine can help high school students balance sleep and studying.
More than 60 percent of 2012 graduates are not adequately prepared for college, a report states.
An advanced degree is a smart fiscal and career move, a former business school admissions dean says.
Know how to respond in these common grad school situations, a former admissions dean says.
Completing grad school is not a given; a former admissions dean offers advice to beat the odds.