What are USAFI and DANTES? Should I grant credit for those courses and tests listed on an applicants USAFI or DANTES military test reports?
USAFI was the United States Armed Forces Institute, which offered an extensive educational program to active-duty personnel. USAFI correspondence, seminar, self-study courses, end-of-course tests, and Subject Standardized Tests (SSTs) were made available to servicemembers worldwide until 1974, when USAFI was disestablished. Credit recommendations for USAFI courses and examinations are listed here. The Defense Activity for Non-Traditional Education Support (DANTES) was established in 1974. DANTES continues the development and administration of Subject Standardized Tests (SSTs) and other educational services. Summaries of ACE Credit recommendations for DANTES SSTs are listed in the Guide to Educational Credit by Examination, which is available from the ACE Credit by Examination Program. In verifying completion of USAFI or DANTES courses or tests, the military test report is not to be considered official. That report is given to all servicemembers who have taken a course or test. To obtai
I would like to participate in those courses, but I suppose in order to pass this certification program, I had to have good writing skills. I will apply for this program and I am currently choosing the university so I was thinking of United States Armed Forces Institute. However, I have found an interesting article here https://www.sciencetimes.com/articles/27774/20201019/where-do-nobel-winners-study-top-5-universities-with-the-most-winners.htm about the top 5 institutions where the Nobel winners studied and changed my mind.
- What are USAFI and DANTES? Should I grant credit for those courses and tests listed on an applicants USAFI or DANTES military test reports?
- As a first year applicant, can I receive credit for college or university courses taken before enrolling at Dartmouth?
- I took an AP test/s in high school. Can I exempt/receive credit for any college courses?
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