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When you’re finished registering, you will be given a personalized education portal with everything you need to achieve success. Now you’re ready to get started! Click Here.
When you purchase knowledge2college.com materials you will receive:
- Assignment questions that help you learn the material to pass the exam.
- Practice Exams that will determine your readiness for the final exam
- A Practice Final Course Exam w/ Answer Key
e-learning is right for you if:
- You’re serious about earning your degree
- You want to be graded on your individual performance
- You don’t have the time or desire to go back to a structured or campus based program
- You want to integrate school into your life structure, not the other way around
- You want to be able to start and stop whenever you need/want to
- You prefer independent study at your own pace (w/ help available to you when needed)
- You would like the opportunity to earn college credit for what you already know
knowledge2college.com offers an online e-learning platform which students can access
24/7/365. You study when you want to and at your own pace – not the other way around.
The tuition for a traditional 2-year or 4-year degree can cost from $20,000.00 (2 yr.) up to *$40,000 (4 yr.). In addition to tuition, there are also expenses like, transportation, child care, food, textbooks, lab fees, access fees; the actual tuition is just part of the cost you pay.
With the help and direction of knowledge2college.com, learning will cost you a fraction of what a traditional education would cost today, and you have the advantage of learning at your own pace.
Financing really isn’t needed!
knowledge2college.com is the only provider of college level e-learning materials that can be purchased individually “by the lesson” and each course “lesson“ starts at only $12.95 so financing is not an issue.
Just like a campus based program, each knowledge2college.com course is broken up into 20-easy to navigate and absorb lessons (similar to a traditional 16-week college semester).
The difference is the colleges want you to pay thousands of dollars up-front, usually with a student loan. With knowledge2college.com, you get to “Go at your own pace” and “Pay as you go“.
If you multiply $12.95 X 20-lessons, you’ll see that each “Complete General Education Course” will be $259.00.
For those students that can afford that much, you can purchase each General Education
Course for only $199.00, (Cash, Credit Card, Pay Pal) and save an additional $60.00 per course.
- Transfer Credits – From courses you’ve already taken and passed or Standardized Examinations you passed.
- Preparing for, taking, and passing Standardized Examinations – Then transferring your passing score into one of the 2,900 Universities.
Note: Students are encouraged to check with their college of choice to find out how many transfer credits their college will allow based on the students degree path. In most cases, colleges accept approximately 24-credit hours, however there are several schools that allow students to “Test Out” of 100% of their required courses for graduation using “Standardized Examinations“ to earn “Transfer Credit by Examination“.
knowledge2college.com provides the e-learning materials that prepare independent students top prepare and pass over 60-different Standardized Exams.
It’s the same as a final exam in a traditional college. You’re tested on what the average college
student would know after completing a college course in a subject.
It’s called a Standardized Examination because a group of professors put the test together
based on what the average college student should know about a subject after completing a
semester in a college class. It’s like the final examination traditional students must pass; it
measures knowledge of a subject.
Nationally recognized providers like CLEP, ECE, DSST, TECEP. “Testing Out” using Standardized Examinations has been around for more than 50-years, and over 1,000,000 students use it to earn college credit each semester.
Standardized Exams are offered at most colleges and on most Military bases, as well as over 1,800 US locations. You schedule to take a Standardized Examination when you feel you’re prepared to pass.
Yes! There are several schools that allow 100% of your required credits for graduation to be earned by Standardized Examination.
Keep in mind; colleges are in the business of selling education, not giving it away, so not all schools are as flexible as others.
You are encouraged to check with your college to find out their specific transfer credit policy for the degree path that interests you.
Our Knowledge2College.com online e-learning platform.
Our online e-learning platform was designed specifically to prepare e-learners for a successful attempt at passing over 60 different Standardized Exams.
You can access the online platform from anywhere, at any time, simply by using the internet.
Each online course is broken into 20-smaller lessons that consist of reading materials, discussion questions, and practice exams. The lessons are designed to systematically help prepare you to pass each standardized exam and earn college credit.
Our e-learning is easy to use and easy to navigate, but if you do need help there is a 24-hour a day chat line to help you.
No, this e-learning experience was designed to fit into your life schedule. You can log in
anywhere at any time.
No. You are provided with a Practice Exam at the end of each course “lesson”. You will grade yourself to make sure you are able to achieve a 100% score before you move on to the next lesson in your course. This way, you are building a knowledge platform of success.
No. After passing each Standardized Examination, the company that offered the exam will
“Bank” your passing score until you enroll in a program and then transfer your passing score to
the school you enrolled in. Passing scores are good, in most cases, for up to five (5) years.
Yes. Each provider sets their own fee. They range in price from $30.00 up to $500.00 for
specialty courses. Most course exams range from $50.00 to $80.00 each.
You can start a course lesson 24-hours a day, 7-days a week, 365-days a year. And if you do not complete the entire course lesson in one sitting, the system will remember where you left off and start you right back there, in that exact spot, the next time you log back in!
An internet connection of DSL or better is recommended. While dial-up can be used, we do not
recommend this for optimum usage. Any other computer programs or downloads required will
be provided in the orientation session. You do not have to use a CD/DVD to access the online
The New Student Orientation is an interactive and helpful online tutorial that provides new
online e-learners with useful information to be successful. This tutorial is free for all online e-
learners. Once you have purchased your first course or course lesson, you will be provided
access to the New Student Orientation.
Yes, you will need an active email address when you sign up for your first course and/or course
lesson. There are many free email options available online.
Yes. You will be in a classroom all your own.
Yes of course! The professor recommended college level textbook(s) for each course are
critical to a student’s academic success. Have you ever taken a college level course that did not
require a college level textbook? The good news is that you may already own the
recommended textbook, or can borrow the book, or can buy the book used. You’ll go to the
knowledge2college book store to find the exact textbook(s) you’ll need for each course.
The textbook covers the exam content and knowledge2college is your road map through the
textbook. We guide you efficiently to academic knowledge and success.
No. The content you need to learn, in order to successfully pass each Standardized Exam,
resides on the knowledge2college.com e-learning online platform.
It depends on the course.
General Education courses (Psy, Soc, Math, History, entry level courses) cost $12.95 per lesson.
Each course is broken up into 20-easy to navigate and absorb lessons. Your cost per entry level
course is then $12.95 per lesson X 20 lessons, or $259.00 per complete course.
If a student is in a financial position to purchase one entire General Education course they can
save $60.00. One complete 20-lesson General Education course, paid for all at one time, is just
You can literally “Pay As You Go”, one lesson at a time, for only $12.95 per lesson and wind up
earning 3 to 6 transferrable credit hours for each General Education course successfully
completed and tested out of.
Another advantage of independent e-learning is that you can move as quickly as you want, or
go as slowly as you need to. If you feel a hand pushing you forward, it will be yours alone. If you
have the time and want to fly though the lessons then you go right ahead. We’ll applaud your
enthusiasm and work ethic!
There is no waiting list to get started. You can get started right now!
A great benefit of e-learning is that you can move as quickly or as slowly as you like. Want to
take a break for a family event? No problem. Want to double up on classes during the summer?
No problem. You determine the pace, when to study, and when to take exams. You are in
control of your academic requirements.
And you can pay-as-you-go for just $12.95 per General Education course lesson or $18.95 per
Nursing course lesson.
Yes. However if you are currently licensed as an LPN, LVN or Paramedic you qualify.
Plus, any General Education credits you have previously earned will probably transfer as long as they were from an accredited college or university and are less than 5-years old.
The college that knowledge2college.com recommends most often is Excelsior College School of
Nursing located in New York State.
Fast facts about Excelsior College:
- Excelsior College is accredited by the Commission on Higher Education of States Association of Colleges and Schools.
- Excelsior College’s nursing programs are accredited by the ACEN which is Accrediting Commission for Education in Nursing which was previously called the NLN or the National League of Nursing
- Excelsior College’s Associate of Science in Nursing Degree is the nation’s licensure RN program that can be completed at a distance.
- Excelsior College has the only examinations in nursing that are recognized by American Council on Education (ACE).
- Excelsior College is a National League for Nursing “Center for Excellence”.
In Feb of 2014 Excelsior College President John F. Ebersole was quoted saying in part, “…this
is a 40-year-old program that has produced more than 50,000 graduates and has been
designated a Center of Excellence in Nursing Education by the National League of Nursing for
the past 7-years.” In short, Excelsior College is one of the largest nursing schools in the country.
Yes. More than 250-graduate institutions accept Excelsior College graduates into
their advanced degree programs, including Colgate, Harvard, University of Miami, University of
Texas, Notre Dame, Ohio State, and UCLA to name just a few. Many graduates report
that incorporating distance learning as part of their undergraduate degree program prepared
them well for graduate school.
Once you’ve enrolled and been academically assessed and it’s been determined that you’ve
met all of your academic requirements for graduation, Excelsior will approve you for
participation in their two-part clinical.
The first part is the FCCA or the Focused Clinical Competency Assessment. You’ll be contacted
by Excelsior about registration when you become eligible for the FCCA and you’ll register
online. Once both parts of the FCC are completed you will register for the Clinical Performance
in Nursing Examination (CPNE®) by sending in an application. You will be given a test date and
will be expected to be ready by the scheduled date. You will go to one of 15-regional
performance assessment centers (as of 2015) for a clinical evaluation. The CPNE assesses
your nursing skills over a 3-day weekend. If your skills and competency equal those of the
average new graduate nurse, you will earn eight college credit and meet your clinical
requirement for Graduation and *Licensure.
Knowledge2College.com’s CPNE Preparation Package provides you with a comprehensive
learning system to help you study the content and practice the skills needed to successfully
pass the CPN. We can even recommend a fee based pre-clinical practice event that will put you
through an actual mock clinical experience.
Please note: Some State Boards of Nursing may require Excelsior College Graduates to
complete additional clinical hours locally before meeting State licensure requirements. It is
advised that you check with your State Board of Nursing to get exact requirements.
Recommended School: Excelsior College School of Nursing.
Must be currently licensed as LPN, LVN or Paramedic to be accepted.
Can “TEST OUT” of 100% of Academic and Clinical requirements for Graduation using
Nationally Recognized Standardized Examinations.
Knowledge2College.com will provide all e-learning study materials and tools and give access to
our e-learning online platform 24/7/365 for only $12.95 per lesson for General Education courses
and only $18.95 per lesson for all required Nursing courses.
Note: General Education Complete Course “Cash” price $199.00 – Save $60.00 per course
Nursing Complete Course “Cash” Price $299.00 – Save $ 80.00 per course
Clinical Preparedness Materials Available $N/A
Fee based Mock Pre-Clinical event available $N/A
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