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Continuing Education and Changing Careers
Reinvent yourself, discover your educational path, and explore your occupational options. These materials can help you navigate returning to school and changing careers.

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GED Preparation and College-Level Exams
Earn a GED and enroll in college, even without a high school diploma. Receive college credit in subject areas you are already proficient in with the College-Level Exam Program. These study guides can help.

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Paying for College
Finding and applying for financial aid can be a daunting process, but these books will help you understand the types of aid available. Learn how to get scholarships, grants, and student loans.

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University, College, and Vocational School Directories
Find the right college-level course, vocational school, or career program for you. Browse schools by location, determine application requirements, and more.


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    Use Brainfuse's Adult Learning Center to get academic coaching help from a live tutor for college-level courses or GED preparation. Use the Writing Lab for help with proofreading essays and research papers.
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    Gain insight on choosing a college, picking a major, and applying for student loans. This database offers information on financial aid directories, the highest paying and fasting growing jobs, and job-hunting skills including cover-letters, resumes, and interview guidance.
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    Take practice tests to prepare for a variety of exams, including college placement, the College-Level Examination Program (CLEP), career certifications, the General Education Development (GED) test, the Graduate Record Exam (GRE), or the SAT. For additional practice, download complete e-books with test strategies and review guides.

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