Prospective med school students should hone their listening, writing and nonverbal communication skills before applying.
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Students from sparsely populated areas can earn money for undergraduate and graduate degrees.
Prospective students should consider whether an instructor was trained to teach online, experts say.
Resources are available to help low-income and minority students assess and repay student loan debt.
International students who don’t meet admissions requirements can take these preparatory courses to improve their skills.
More than 76 percent of students completed each of these online bachelor’s programs within six years, U.S. News data show.
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Working students should consider how clinical requirements might affect their schedule, experts say.
Some online programs offer mentors to guide students on everything from transitioning into college life to setting goals.