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CollegeBoard.org
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The CollegeBoard, located online at CollegeBoard.org, is a non-profit organization who says their mission is to be committed to excellence and equity in education, especially as it concer
CollegeRecruiter.com
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College Recruiter, found at www.CollegeRecruiter.com, is a website that helps college students search for internships, as well as helps new college graduates search for entry level employ
CollegeVine
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CollegeVine is a company founded in 2013 by three passionate young men, Zack Perkins, Johan Zhang and Vinay Bhaskara. Their vision was to make the best college admission guidance available f
Colorado Technical University is recognized as one of the top rated online schools both nationally and internationally. Their emphasis is primarily built around a “career-oriented&r
Connections Academy
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Connections Academy, found online at ConnectionsAcademy.com, is an online public school that describes themselves as “the ideal learning environment for many students and families.&rdq
Course Hero
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Students are often reluctant to ask their teacher for clarification of class material. There are some teachers who don’t make themselves available for help outside of the classroom. Co
CourseAdvisor.com
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CourseAdvisor.com was founded in 2004 as an online research directory for postsecondary education, career training and professional development. CourseAdvisor.com offers more than 5,000 p
Coursera
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Coursera.org is the online home of Coursera, an organization that describes themselves as an education platform that partners with top universities worldwide to offer free courses to an
Coyne College
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Coyne College, found online at CoyneCollege.edu, is an educational institution that gives students the ability to join a range of career training programs, including those that focus on new
Cramster
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I used Chegg for my trigonometry class with great success, but at some point, Chegg turned into cramster. The odd answers used to be free, but under Cramster, you have to pay for all answer

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