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Attorney Kimberly Pellini
Interview with Kimberly Pellini about her career as a lawyer for the benefit of students who are considering careers in the law. Mrs. Pellini works for the state of North Carolina as an assistant district attorney.

Public School Careers -- Part II
List of common school-level careers requiring, in most cases, a college degree. In addition to school-level employees, school districts will employee district-level employees such as the superintendent.

Public School Careers -- Part I
List of common school-level careers requiring, in most cases, a college degree. In addition to school-level employees, school districts will employee district-level employees such as the superintendent.

Admissions Terms F - Z
Terms used in the college application process: F - Z

Admissions Terms A - E
Terms used in the college application process: A - E

Physical Therapy Programs
In addition to a bachelorís degree, students who intend to become physical therapists must complete a graduate degree in physical therapy. The majority of physical therapy programs in the U.S. lead to doctoral degrees, requiring an average of three years of study. There are also masterís degrees.

Admissions Application Sections
Knowing what information is requested on college applications can help students decide when to begin their applications and how much time to devote to them. In addition, having this information early in high school can help students shape their experiences in a way to help them prepare for college.

Admissions Mistakes
Many students applying to college make the mistakes above. It is important to avoid making these mistakes because they will cause your application to be perceived less positively. They may even cause your application to be rejected.

Taking the LSAT
The Law School Admission Test (LSAT) is a standardized admissions test. It is required as part of the application by all American Bar Association (ABA)-accredited law schools, as well as by other many other law schools.

Accepted to Duke University -- Jabria Howington
"My heart seemed to be spinning out of my chest and I couldn't keep my nerves calm" is how high school senior, Jabria L. T. Howington felt when she discovered that she was admitted to her dream school, Duke University. She had wanted to attend Duke since she was 5 years old.

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