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The admissions essay gives you the opportunity to be creative and present a strong argument about why you would be an excellent student for your chosen school and program.
Careful planning can help you create an application that distinguishes you from the competition.
Give Yourself Some Credit
Jump-start your education by converting your military experience into college credit.
Letters of Recommendation
Schools use letters of recommendation to learn more about you.
The Path of Least Resistance
Why you shouldn’t pick a school based solely on the credits you can get for your military training and experience.
A sloppy résumé tells school admissions counselors that you’re a sloppy student.
Translate Military Experience Into Civilian Terms
When you prepare your résumé, you must translate your military jobs and accomplishments into something that a school counselor can understand.
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