How Much Preparation Do You Need For An RBT Examination?

Posted on: 27 January 2019

If you're thinking about taking the test to become a registered behavior technician in the near future, you'll need as much preparation as you can possibly handle. This is the best way to increase your chances of passing the exam. The RBT exam has 75 graded questions and may have up to 10 ungraded questions as well. These questions will be testing your knowledge of different areas of what it means to be a registered behavior technician.
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3 Ways To Help Students Retain Financial Literacy Lessons

Posted on: 22 January 2019

Financial literacy is a vital skill for today's complicated world, and too few Americans achieve it. Even those who learn financial concepts often soon forget them due to lack of use or failure to connect with the subject. If you're trying to reverse this trend by educating others about finances, here are three ways to make it stick with your students better. 1. Make it Currently Relevant For people to really work to understand and apply what they learn, it must have relevance to their own lives.
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Going To College As A Veteran: What To Do

Posted on: 18 January 2019

You've retired from the military and want to make a career as a civilian. You want to make enough money to live comfortably even if you already receive benefits or other income due to your veteran status. You can go to college and get a technical degree or certificate, which doesn't require a massive amount of schooling but still allows you to learn the skills you need to get a great career.
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Getting Your Medical Certificate Before Flight Training

Posted on: 28 December 2018

Anyone who is considering attending aviation schools in the hopes of getting their pilot's license must first get their FFA medical certificate to prove they are in good health. Here is what you should know about the process. What Is A Medical Certificate? The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) requires anyone who wishes to fly to have an extensive physical. Obviously, flying a plane requires stamina and mental acuity, and a medical certificate will determine if you a fit to fly.
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