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Navigator for Students

Make a plan, leverage your strengths, achieve goals.

You’ve got big ambition, and sometimes it can feel overwhelming. Break down your goals into bite-size, attainable steps so you can get there quicker—and with less stress.

Your potential is limitless—your ability to examine all your potential future paths should be, too. Do your own research on the schools, degrees, exams, and jobs that might be part of your future life.

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School Navigator

Great students achieve more than good grades. Prepare for everything else you’ll need to make it through graduation—get tips, insights, and course materials to get the most out of your time. Planning on continuing your education? Know the right education and testing options ahead of time.

  • Entrance exams
  • Grade requirements
  • Financial aid options
  • Application process

Degree Navigator

Once you meet your core requirements, there are lots of different ways you can fill your course load—but finding the balance between expanding your horizons and developing relevant career skills can be tricky. Ensure you pick classes you’ll enjoy and benefit from while you work toward your degree.

  • Majors and minors
  • Books and activities
  • Recommended classes
  • Supplementary studies

Exam Navigator

Exam coming up? Get learning materials like flash cards, study guides, and practice exams for standardized testing. It’s your support system for all things test planning and prep.

  • Test Prep
  • Practice Tests
  • Study Guides
  • Flashcards
Study for your next exam

Job Navigator

Most jobs aren’t forever, but each one should be a valuable building block to your next steps. Think of it as your digital job fair—understand which opportunities that will help you reach your ultimate aims.

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No matter what you’re looking for or how you go about finding it, your experience here is built to help facilitate that exploration in the way that best suits you.

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