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  • Avoid FDU

    Avoid FDU

    From the point of view of a Yeshiva student, FDU serves two purposes: To provide an efficient and quick route to law school (for schools that emphasize LSATs for admissions) To provide with what you […]

     
  • TIP: Avoid Summer II at FDU

    TIP: Avoid Summer II at FDU

    Summer II courses at FDU are almost 30% more expensive that courses during Summer I or any other semester. They won’t volunteer this information to you, and in general, students only find out after they’ve […]

     
  • FDU Winter (Spring) Schedule Posted

    FDU Winter (Spring) Schedule Posted

    We’ve enhanced FDU’s Spring 2013 Schedule (which we refer to as Winter 2013 Schedule, since in any other university, that’s what it’s called), and posted it here: FDU WINTER 2013 ENHANCED CALENDAR.   In short, […]

     
  • REMINDER: Express FDU courses begin this Thursday

    REMINDER: Express FDU courses begin this Thursday

    FDU’s popular 2.5 week “fast-track” courses in Teaneck begin this Thursday. True, they eat up most of your Chol Hamoed time, but they are consistently easy, and within a couple of weeks you’ve got yourself […]

     
  • Free Education is out there. Why pay thousands?

    Free Education is out there. Why pay thousands?

    Lifehacker compiled a fantastic list of free courses available online from some of the top universities and instructors in the world. Most of us have heard of or used Khan Academy, and a handful have […]

     
  • FDU Fall Schedule - Enhanced

    FDU Fall Schedule – Enhanced

    We’ve been working on creating enhanced versions of university issued schedules, starting with listing the Professors of each course with a link to their RateMyProfessors page. We encourage all our readers to post reviews of […]

     
  • Bachelors of Talmudic Law; What have you done with it?

    Bachelors of Talmudic Law; What have you done with it?

    Hey guys, Yeshiva Degree is taking a poll for an upcoming report we’re currently preparing. We are asking: Did you earn a Bachelors of Talmudic Law, and if you have, what have you gone on […]

     
  • TIP: Transfer your Yeshiva credits right away

    TIP: Transfer your Yeshiva credits right away

    If you want exemptions, higher status or a better shot at getting into a future university (i.e. Law School, Med School etc) you need to have your Yeshiva credits transferred to your undergrad transcript (this […]

     
  • TIP: CLEPing for your Yeshiva Degree

    TIP: CLEPing for your Yeshiva Degree

    If you plan to include CLEP credits on your degree, make sure you understand how the CLEP system works and what tests you should take. Also, START PREPARING FOR YOUR CLEP RIGHT AWAY. If you […]

     
  • TIP: Health Insurance Waivers

    TIP: Health Insurance Waivers

    This is important, especially for Canadians who are on student visas or still claim residence in Canada: Make sure to fill out your schools health care waiver immediately, so you don’t get charged the premium […]