Uncommon Uses for 3 Common Degrees

As another school year approaches, you may find yourself wondering how certain degrees are utilized in the real world. The truth is, every degree offers a surprising amount of flexibility. No matter how focused your track is, you probably have more choices than you realize. Once you know what’s out there, you can pursue what interests you. To help with that, we’ve chosen three of our more traditional test topics and explored how unique their career paths can be.

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Taking Your First DSST Exam? Here’s What to Expect

According to research from Student Loan Hero, the average 2016 college graduate has $37,172 in student loan debt, a six percent increase from 2015.

One way to save money on tuition is by taking DSST exams to earn college credit using knowledge you’ve acquired outside of a traditional classroom. “It is a great time-saver in that students may be able to enroll in advanced classes, rather than entry classes, and therefore they may graduate sooner,” said Mary E. Maggard, SPHR, Manager of Assessment and Testing, Bluegrass Community and Technical College.

If you’re about to take your first exam to earn college credit, here’s some advice from the experts at DSST. 

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How to Apply Your Military Training to a Civilian Career

The U.S. Military is known for creating leaders. While it’s possible to spend an entire career in the service, those who make the transition to civilian life do so armed with impeccable training and in-demand skills that employers crave. So, how do you apply your military training for success in a civilian career? 

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Visit Us at NACADA 2015

DSST – Credit by Exam will be exhibiting at the 39th Annual National Academic Advising Association (NACADA) Conference.  Additionally, we will host a session on Advising the Military Student on Credit by Exam.  For more information, please see details below:

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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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Uncommon Uses for 3 Common Degrees

As another school year approaches, you may find yourself wondering how certain degrees are utilized in the real world. The truth is, every degree offers a surprising amount of flexibility. No matter how focused your track is, you probably have more choices than you realize. Once you know what’s out there, you can pursue what interests you. To help with that, we’ve chosen three of our more traditional test topics and explored how unique their career paths can be.

Continue Reading →

Taking Your First DSST Exam? Here’s What to Expect

According to research from Student Loan Hero, the average 2016 college graduate has $37,172 in student loan debt, a six percent increase from 2015.

One way to save money on tuition is by taking DSST exams to earn college credit using knowledge you’ve acquired outside of a traditional classroom. “It is a great time-saver in that students may be able to enroll in advanced classes, rather than entry classes, and therefore they may graduate sooner,” said Mary E. Maggard, SPHR, Manager of Assessment and Testing, Bluegrass Community and Technical College.

If you’re about to take your first exam to earn college credit, here’s some advice from the experts at DSST. 

Continue Reading →

How to Apply Your Military Training to a Civilian Career

The U.S. Military is known for creating leaders. While it’s possible to spend an entire career in the service, those who make the transition to civilian life do so armed with impeccable training and in-demand skills that employers crave. So, how do you apply your military training for success in a civilian career? 

Continue Reading →