Curious about Study.com? As a former Dual Credit at Home student and recent college grad, Kimberly gives us her review and how it may benefit your dual credit journey!
About Kimberly SnyderKimberly is a 23-year-old Christian, currently living in Northeastern Oklahoma. She is a homeschool graduate and pursued her Bachelor's degree in English through alternative and online credit sources, earning her degree in about three years of study and for under $8,000 while traveling the world, teaching ESL, and starting up her own photography business. She believes in an education system that works for the needs of the people and doesn't stop them from living their best lives now.
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My name is Kimberly Snyder. I am a Dual Credit at Home student, and this is my story. Over 11 months, I accumulated 35 college credits through CLEP exams.