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   Troy State University,    University of Maryland University College, and    Vincennes University. Contact a Navy College Office or the Navy College Center about the degree programs available from the partnership schools at the Navy College web site. Q15.   SOC   consists   of   a   national   group   of approximately how many colleges? Q16.   What type of degree can a member earn under the SOCNAV-2 program? Q17.   What type of degree can a member earn under the SOCNAV-4 program? TESTING Various   DANTES   examinations   and   testing services are available to service members.  Most of the tests are free to Navy members.  Consult with the Navy College   Office,   which   maintains   the   DANTES Examination  Program  Handbook  (DEPH),  for  full details  on  each  test. Navy  College  Office  staff members  are  trained  to  act  as  DANTES  test  control officers. The  examinations  provided  by  DANTES  are available   to   all   active-duty   military   personnel, midshipmen   of   the   U.S.   Naval   Academy,   and reservists. Funded  DANTES  examinations  are  not authorized for persons who have been separated from active military service or are not members of a Reserve component. DANTES  sponsors  a  wide  range  of  examination programs  throughout  the  world  at  various  education centers  (administered  primarily  by  Navy  College Offices) and aboard ships (administered by ESOs). For  additional  information  on  the  DANTES Examination   Programs,   visit   their   web  site   at www.voled.doded.mil/dantes/exam/index.htm or contact your local Navy College Office.  The primary testing  programs  available  through  DANTES  are described in the following paragraphs. GED Testing Program The  General  Education  Development  (GED) Testing Program is designed for adults who have not finished their formal high school education.  Through the  GED  they  can  earn  a  high  school  equivalency certificate. College Admission Examinations College  admission  examinations  determine  the qualification  of  personnel  for  college  admission  and for some officer accession programs.  Qualification is based on the applicants’ scores on American College Testing Assessment (ACT) or Scholastic Assessment Test  (SAT). The  Graduate  Record  Examination (GRE),  the  Graduate  Management  Admission  Test (GMAT), and the Law School Admissions Test (LSAT) are also available through this program. GRE, GME, and  LSAT  scores  are  used  to  determine  a  person’s eligibility for admission to various graduate schools. College Level Examination Program College  Level  Examination  Program  (CLEP) examinations  are  nationally  recognized  and  widely accepted as a means by which people can earn credit by examination.  CLEP general examinations consist of a battery   of   five   tests   that   measure   college-level achievement in basic areas usually covered in the first 2 years of college.  About 70 percent of Navy examinees successfully  pass  the  CLEP  tests.    This  is  a  strong motivator for career personnel.  Personnel who already possess credit for service schools and work experience may  earn  an  associate  degree  more  quickly  by successfully  completing  CLEP  tests.    CLEP  subject examinations   are   also   available.   They   measure knowledge of basic concepts, principles, relationships, and applications involved in college courses with the corresponding title. DANTES Subject Standardized Tests DANTES  Subject  Standardized  Tests  (DSSTs) include a series of examinations in academic subject matter  areas  not  usually  covered  under  CLEP.    The DSST   program   includes   approximately   36 undergraduate-level college subjects.  Similar to final examinations,   DSSTs   demand   a   comprehensive knowledge  of  the  subject. The  examinations  are multiple-choice  and,  unlike  other  examinations,  are not  timed.   Personnel  may  earn  3  semester  hours  of credit   for   each   DSST,   as   recommended   by   the American  Council  on  Education  (ACE).   DSSTs  are just  another  source  from  which  Navy  personnel  can earn college credit. Excelsior College Examination Program Excelsior  College  Examinations,  formerly  the American  College  Testing  Proficiency  Examination 2-10

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