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On the internet Sterile Processing Technician Certification & Training Programs

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Learn about on the web training programs for sterile digesting technicians. Get an overview of the accreditation process, requirements and coursework included for this area of study.

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Am i able to Become a Registered Dietitian Through On the internet Courses?

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Online courses can prepare you to earn the registered dietitian (RD) credential from the Accreditation Council for Education in Diet and Dietetics, but you’ll also have to complete an in-person internship. Learn more about the process of becoming a registered dietitian.

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Brand new Rules for College Admissions | College Coach Blog

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What We Learned From the 2016 Admissions Cycle Now that colleges have released the majority of their admissions decisions, and students are reconciling their application triumphs and defeats, it’s time to take a step back and assess the trends and surprises from this year’s admissions choices. While not all of these findings are special to the 2016 admissions cycle, they are noteworthy enough that all college certain students – especially those wrapping up their junior year – ought to pay careful attention. And if you count number […] Continue Reading…

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Turning the Dial to Turning the Tide | Part 2 | College Coach Blog

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Turning the Tide: An In-Depth Look At The Harvard Admissions Report  One thing is clear about the recent Turning the Tide report on the condition of college admissions, released recently from the Harvard Graduate School of Training: a single conversation simply isn’t enough to cover all the issues raised by the report. Regular listeners will recall that, in the March 17 show of Getting In: […] Continue Reading…

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Increasing Middle School Success | College Coach Blog

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Middle college is an important transition time for learners between childhood and the teen yrs, and yet it fills so many mom and dad with dread. Many questions arise, like: What do I concentrate on now that my kids are older? What do they need to do now to get into a “good” college later? What’s the balance between hovering over them and allowing them […] Continue Reading…

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Survey Discovers Key Commonalities in Ivy League Admissions Success | College Coach Blog

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College Coach Survey Discovers Crucial Commonalities in Ivy League Admissions Success April 1, 2016 —College Coach’s annual survey of high school students turned up some unexpected common themes in students accepted to Ivy League institutions. Probably the most surprising was that students residing next door to Harvard and Princeton graduates were the most likely to have success at all eight of the Ivy organizations, with their applications […] Continue Reading…

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How to Show Demonstrated Interest | College Coach Blog

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Demonstrating Interest without Spending a Lot You’ve identified your dream school(s) and you also have a strong list of other colleges to apply to. Your numbers (GPA, standardized test scores) are exactly where they need to be. You’re working on an essay that’s going to show your admission officer (AO) who you are and how you’ll fit into her school. But have you shown them the love? At a significant number of schools, demonstrating interest matters in […] Continue Reading…

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College Finance: The Parent Perspective, Asking for More Money, & More | College Coach Blog

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‘Tis the season for college finance, and last week’s episode of Getting In: A College Coach Conversation, was chock full of great information about paying for college.

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Did your SAT or ACT Writing Score Matter? | College Coach Blog

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Over the last half year, there were major changes in the world of college admissions testing . The SAT returned to the outdated 1600-point scale, did away with the mandatory writing section, and caused it to be optional instead. The ACT changed the scoring scale for its own optional writing exam and the ensuing scores […] Continue Reading…

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Can We Really Turn the Tide in College Admissions? | Part two | College Coach Blog

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In today’s entry, we continue the discussion between Ian Fisher and Elyse Krantz on the Switching the Tide report from the Harvard Graduate School of Education. You can re-read part one on our blog here, and if you’re interested in further conversation, you can explore the archives of our Getting In radio show to hear more from Ian, Elyse, and […] Continue Reading…

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