A Tutoring Success Story

Owen was one of Magellan’s very first students. In 2012, he was barely passing Algebra. Read about how he got back on track with the help of his tutors. He's now on his way to start a successful career in Civil Engineering.

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MICHAEL SISON
Once A Student, Always A Student

Sometimes obtaining your degree from college is not the end of your educational journey. From experience I found that after entering the workforce, the idea of returning to school to obtain your master’s degree seemed a little overwhelming. I debated on returning for many years before actually applying, but I never regret the decision to go back to school. I found being a student is comparable to riding a bike; you never really forget how to attend classes, study, take exams, or write papers.

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MICHAEL SISON
Consider Community College

“If you can’t get into a fancy college, what should you do? Transfer. In most cases, it’s a whole lot easier to get into a good school as a junior, where dropouts have left empty slots, rather than as a freshman, where you’re up against everybody. Get into a second or even third tier university... and then work your ass off: a great GPA, honors programs, awards, service clubs, etc. This is also a much cheaper route as well.”

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MICHAEL SISON