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You need a game plan for pursuing your higher education – one that includes practical steps like identifying online tools for comparing programs and schools, preparing for college admission tests, converting military experience to college credit, and exploring financing options and military tuition assistance. Military OneSource provides the information you need to get you from today to that moment you walk across the stage with your diploma in hand.
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Perhaps you’ve decided to pick up some new valuable skills. Maybe you’re leaving the service and need to re-create yourself. No matter why you’re pursuing higher education, you need a game plan — a course of action to get you from today to that moment you walk across the stage holding your diploma in hand. Here are some practical steps to take.