Busted Myth of the Week: School Starts in September

Barry Lenson

Busted Myth of the Week: School Starts in September

School starts in September? Well, not necessarily. If you take college courses online, school starts whenever you want it to – September, November. Or how about right now?

There are some pretty good reasons for starting college right now, in early spring . . .

If you’re starting college in September, you can get ready now by taking college courses online.  If your college will require you to take a college Algebra class or an English writing course, for example, taking a course ahead of time is a great way to make sure that you’ll do well when the “real” course comes around.

If you’re not sure about what your college major will be, taking some online courses can help you make up your mind.

If you’d like to take some AP tests to earn college credits but need to brush up before you do, taking online courses is a great way to get the job done.

And there's another great reason too . . .

If you think that it’s too late to start college next September, think again. You can take some online courses right now, enroll in one of our Partner Colleges, and guess what? You’re a college student in September.

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