Happy New Year and Happy First Birthday to One Year Bachelor. That’s right, it’s been an entire year. This is a good time to reflect on the past year and make some plans for 2018. On January 1, 2017, I created this blog. My intention was to get my bachelor’s degree in one year or less and blog about it.
Here we are January 1, 2018, and I got my degree with plenty of time to spare. (I actually finished studying and testing in September). It cost a little over $5,000, all in. $5,000 is a lot of money, but it’s nothing compared to the price tag of most 4 year degrees. (I saved around $100,000).
In my rush to finish in under a year, I selected some options that were a little more expensive. I was hoping I could knock them out a little more quickly. It worked. I finished in under ten months, and didn’t even need to. Also, I had a lot of help from degreeforum.net and others, but I still had to figure out so much of my degree plan on my own. I could have finished even faster and cheaper with some more guidance. Luckily you get to learn from my experiences.
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Whether you’ve never been to college or went to college and dropped out because life got in the way, I’m confident you can finish your college degree in one year or less. What better New Year’s resolution? Maybe this year instead of joining a gym on January 1st, you could finally get your college degree. How would that impact your life?