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Best Jamaican Scholarship myth

Jamaican Scholarship Myth

Jamaican Scholarship Myth! There are so many different types of Jamaican scholarships available these days and, naturally, almost as many Jamaican scholarship myth.  It’s too late to apply for scholarships! This is the number one Jamaican scholarship myth of students and their parents from primary school to college graduates. There are so many times we

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Law School Students

How to Go to Law School for Free

Experts say eloquent law school admissions essays and strong LSAT scores boost the odds of a full scholarship. Although it’s typical for law students to acquire a six-figure debt burden during law school, it’s possible to earn a J.D. without paying a cent of tuition. That’s what happens when you win a full scholarship. Michelle

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students

Students Urged to Pursue Studies in Non-Traditional Areas

Students Urged to Pursue Studies in Non-Traditional Areas Minister of Education, Youth and Information, Senator the Hon. Ruel Reid is urging students to pursue academic studies and professions in non-traditional areas, such as agro-science. Minister of Education, Youth and Information, Senator the Hon. Ruel Reid is urging students to pursue academic studies and professions in

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Community Colleges

Community Colleges to Support International Students

Community Colleges Work to Support International Students Community Colleges offer international students orientations, peer mentors, on-campus housing and other resources. As a high school student in Egypt, Omar Bishr applied to a few U.S. universities but didn’t get in. So he pursued plan B: apply to a community college in the U.S. and then transfer to

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High School Counselors

Ways High School Counselors Can Help Students

Ways High School Counselors Can Help Students and Parents Students struggling academically or with personal issues can seek help from a high school counselor. No day is typical for high school counselors. “You can have a student walk into your office and they could be homeless,” says Tawnya Pringle, a school counselor at Hoover High

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