Am I Where I Need to Be? How to Avoid Comparing Yourself to Your Classmates

It’s natural to compare yourself to others in an effort to gauge your progress, whether it’s in the classroom, the workplace, or even within family dynamics. In some cases, this can be healthy and motivating, but it can also be damaging if it’s taken too far. Here are some tips you can use to keep track of your progress in college courses and overcome the anxiety of comparing yourself to others.

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The Do’s and Don’ts of LinkedIn

Here are some professional networking tips on creating a LinkedIn profile that clearly represents who you are as well as your objectives so you can make a great first impression – after all, you never know who will be looking at your page. 

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Come See Us at AACRAO 2015

DSST – Credit by Exam will be exhibiting at the 101st Annual Meeting of the American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (AACRAO).  This year’s theme is “Driving Student Success Initiatives in Higher Education”. 

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Visit DSST at CCME 2015

The theme for this year’s Council of College and Military Educators – CCME Professional Development Symposium in Anaheim, California is “Innovative Pathways to Military Student Success”. 

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Visit DSST at CCME 2013

Are you one of the 1,000 attendees expected at this year’s Council of College and Military Educators (CCME) 2013 Annual Symposium?  Come visit representatives from the DSST program at booth number 203 any time from February 25 to 28, 2013.

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DSST at the CAEL 2012 Conference

Prometric and the DSST program are proud to announce our participation in the CAEL 2012 International Conference. DSST will participate as a conference exhibitor and will give away a prize to one lucky booth visitor.

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Am I Where I Need to Be? How to Avoid Comparing Yourself to Your Classmates

It’s natural to compare yourself to others in an effort to gauge your progress, whether it’s in the classroom, the workplace, or even within family dynamics. In some cases, this can be healthy and motivating, but it can also be damaging if it’s taken too far. Here are some tips you can use to keep track of your progress in college courses and overcome the anxiety of comparing yourself to others.

Continue Reading →

The Do’s and Don’ts of LinkedIn

Here are some professional networking tips on creating a LinkedIn profile that clearly represents who you are as well as your objectives so you can make a great first impression – after all, you never know who will be looking at your page. 

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