New program offers free CLEP training to everyone. You could save thousands on a college education.
Many graduate schools are offering veterans a waiver of the GMAT requirement.
As you begin to think about college you should consider taking either the ACT or SAT test - the good news it's free for milit...
The Joint Services Transcript (JST) provides a description of military schooling and work history in civilian language.
Save time -- and money -- through these college options that give you credit without the time in class. Read more.
DANTES offers free CLEP testing for military members at locations worldwide
SATs and ACTs are two tests that help colleges evaluate potential incoming students. Understanding how they work can be trick...
Many initiatives are making sure that every military member and veteran are provided a quality education.
The KUDER Journey self assessment program is a free career counseling tool for military members
A DoD website now makes it possible for service members to prepare for graduate school and placement exams.
DANTES has heard numerous complaints regarding certain test preparation companies selling highly questionable products.
All CLEP Examinations are administered via a computer, however special accommodations may be made for disabled persons.
DANTES' tool can help determine if you have the motivation, study habits, time, and ability to be successful in online colleg...
Most veterans have been told that they can get college credit for military service. However, most never get the whole story.
eKnowledge wants to remind Military.com members that the offer for free SAT/ACT PowerPrep™ exam preparation software still st...
Submitting a Joint Service Transcript paid big dividends for one Patrol Squadron 30 (VP-30) Sailor
Following a review of career paths for Seabees the American Council on Education has released updated college credit equivale...
Servicemembers have been using Prior Learning Assessments to shorten the time toward degree completion for years. Learn how.
The number of National Test Centers continues to grow as more bases convert to computer-based testing.