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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Visit DSST at NCTA’s Annual Conference

Once again, DSST will be front and center at the National College Testing Association (NCTA) Annual Conference, taking place August 1 - 4 at the Hyatt Regency Minneapolis. DSST will host a workshop on Wednesday, August 1 from 2-2:45pm and will be present at the Exhibitor's Fair on Friday, August 3.

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DSST at The DoD Worldwide Education Symposium

The DSST program is heading to Las Vegas for the DoD Worldwide Education Symposium 2012. Attendees to the show are invited to visit DSST during the exhibition part of the show (Monday, July 23 to Wednesday, July 25) at booth number 232. In addition to stopping by the booth, attendees are encouraged to be present at the DSST information session: “DANTES Exams Program Update” on July 25, from 9:45 – 10:45am.

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DSST Hits the Road!

Springtime marks the beginning of the DSST event schedule! With exhibit booths planned for five events through the end of the year, DSST is traveling the country to spend time face to face with college advisors and administrators, specially those who look at prior learning assessment, military-friendly programs and credit for experiential learning.

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Save $10 on Any DSST Internet Exam

DSST exams taken on the Internet are $10 off the usual low price, making them even more affordable. The promotion, which has been extended through May 31, 2012, will allow you to take any of the 38 Internet-based DSST exam titles offered for the low cost of $70.

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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.

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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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