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Improve Your Community- 6 Steps to the Social Aspects of Sustainable Community Planning

Convert your Life and Work Experience into a Degree

Many individuals cannot get up their enthusiasm when faced with the prospect of going back to college after several years of professional life. Fortunately these people have an opportunity to get their life experiences converted into degree credits. There are many legitimate colleges and universities both traditional and online which offers life experience degrees to individuals.

Step 1: the first step is to apply to colleges that offer life experience degrees. There are a lot of legitimate colleges that offer accredited online life experienced degrees. All of these universities and internationally accredited and offer different options for students to convert their life experiences into course credits. Unfortunately there are other universities and colleges which offer fake degrees to individuals so a student must be careful in selecting his university.

Step 2: A student should apply to different colleges and universities to see which ones provide the very best option to him. A college might offer you only one method to get your experience converted to credits or it might offer you several options. A college can take tests on subjects in which a student claims to have a lot of knowledge about. Students can even get credits for life experience degrees accredited by high standard colleges because of their tenure in military, for professional training and certificates and by working with a mentor or supervisor on a project to determine one’s skills.

Some colleges have competency based systems which offer a student a chance to take tests and pass them to receive credits for certain courses.

Other colleges convert a student’s experience into the college credit for life experience by assessing his prior learning portfolio, by taking tests and by getting recommendation of credits from American Council on Education.

Step 3: a student will have to finish the basic assessment to determine how much course credits he should get. If a student chooses to attend a college which gives him several option for converting his experience to credits, he should use as many of them as possible. He needs to make a comprehensive resume which will explain in detail all his professional history including workshops, seminars, volunteer work, training and professional experience. He should take as many exams as possible to get as many credits as possible. Even if he has only a little knowledge on the subject, a student can take an exam on it to see if they can be transferred to credits.

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