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Applying for Medical School

Are you considering applying to medical school? If you aspire to serve the Army as a military doctor, there are many tuition assistance programs that may help you cover some of the costs associated with medical school. But whether your aspirations to become a doctor involve dreams of becoming an Army doctor or a civilian practice, the first step you'll need to take is applying to medical school.
 

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An Interesting Geographic Feature Near Kandahar Air Field.

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Consider Applying to Law School?

Are you considering applying to law school to become a lawyer or attorney? As you probably know, the Army and other branches of the U.S. Military need Army lawyers. If you are interested in pursuing a military legal career, such as through the JAG Corps, you will need to attend an ABA-accredited law school, in addition to meeting other requirements.

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Getting the Most Out of a Campus Visit

If you are applying to college for your Bachelor's Degree, visiting the campuses of the colleges and universities you are interested in attending is a great way to get a feel for life at the school -- and can also give you a chance to interview with admissions staff to get more information and even improve your admissions odds. If you are interested in applying to a school with an ROTC program and plan to apply for an ROTC scholarship to pay for college, your campus visit should also include meeting with the ROTC program coordinator or recruiter.

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Reasons to Attend Graduate School

If you've already completed your undergraduate college degree, you may be considering whether graduate school is right for you. Aside from the career advancement benefits that civilians enjoy with graduate degrees, military personnel may also benefit from having a Master's or a Doctoral degree -- in some cases having an advanced degree in certain fields can also improve your chances for promotion in the Army and for advancement in your military career.

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Top Reasons to Go to College

Are you still undecided about whether or not a college education is right for you? Perhaps you are nearing the end of high school and considering this question along with your peers and friends. Or, perhaps you've been out of school for awhile and wondering if a college education would benefit you now that you have a military career. Aside from the many educational benefits offered by the Army, there are many other reasons that both enlisted servicemembers and civilians find for attending college -- and many of these reasons may apply to you.

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Ten Questions To Ask in College Interviews

If you're applying to college, a college admissions interview is a great way to learn more about the school you are interested in than you might find online or in the admissions brochures. The college interview is also an excellent opportunity for you to show the admissions counselors why you would make a great addition to their student body. But the college admissions interview is not just about you selling yourself

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Pursuing an Online Degree? Stay on Track!

If your military service has you stationed or serving in an area where attending on on campus degree program is not possible or convenient, then an online degree program might be a great option for you. Many army education benefits apply to covering tuition for online degree programs, as long as those programs are accredited. So, if you're interested in getting your degree, don't let location stop you. Head on over to collegeeducation411.com and get the scoop on online degree programs and how to apply.

Already enrolled in an online college or university? Staying on track with your online degree program can sometimes

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Pay for College With the Post 9/11 GI Bill

If your military service qualifies you for full scholarship benefits, one of the most comprehensive you can receive is money for college from the Military GI Bill. You can find plenty of information about the GI Bill education benefits on this site, and over at CollegeEducation411.com we've also compiled a wealth of information about the GI Bill scholarship program, its benefits, eligibility requirements, application procedures, and more. Read more about Paying For College With the Military GI Bill.
 

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Pay for College With an ROTC Scholarship

If you're considering a career in the military and want to receive your education and military training while in college, there are few options better than an ROTC Scholarship. You can find plenty of information about the Army ROTC program on this site, and over at CollegeEducation411.com we've also compiled a wealth of information about the ROTC program, its benefits, eligibility requirements, application procedures, participating colleges and universities, and more.

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