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3/25/2014 8:17 am

The processing of information and how well it is accomplished requires you to be very intentional with the way you channel information into your brain. One does not always think in terms of why and how our brain works, but it is vital for your success as a student to be aware of how you study in order to understand and retain as much information as possible.

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3/20/2014 1:26 pm

Our lives are busy. It may seem like we are busier these days than ever before, but every generation would likely agree that there has always been a great deal to do just to get from one day to the next. We are all given the same amount of time: 168 hours in a week, 24 hours in a day. This is the time we are given to work, raise families, learn, socialize and rest.

Business College
3/17/2014 9:15 am

Over one million working registered nurses working in America do not have their B.S. in Nursing degree. WGU’s National Director of Nursing, Dr. Jan Jones-Schenk’s article in this month’s Journal of Professional Nursing describes how WGU’s unique model offers another way to provide academic progression for working nurses to decrease that number.

Nursing
3/7/2014 1:16 pm

While earning a degree will help you get your foot in the door, the average employer requires more from their staff. IT certifications are standard in many job descriptions, and earning yours in tandem with a degree is the best way to distinguish yourself in the job market. The certifications below are among the high-demand, high-paying IT specialties.

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