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Thanks for helping me out on the many topics I've asked about. Since these past few days, I've been researching/reading full-time (52 hours in 5 days!), and I now have a good overview of all the big pieces of the puzzle that I need, as well as a solid and flexible study plan of good/useful/interesting courses (without being too expensive). 

A large part of this is due to the help from everyone's answers. 

Thank you. Smile
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I have noticed how many posts you've made in the last few days.

Now, the next thing to do is to get started. Take a course (or several). Take an exam. Just don't spend all your time creating a plan, and possibly getting paralysis of the analysis. No matter what you do, and what degree you end up with, you can't get any further until you actually start racking up credits!

Good luck.
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(11-20-2018, 10:43 PM)dfrecore Wrote: No matter what you do, and what degree you end up with, you can't get any further until you actually start racking up credits!

Cannot agree more here. Go get some points on the board.
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