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A-Z School of Dental Assisting

4 Tips To Help You Ace Your DANB Exam

February 12, 2020

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stressed student studying for a Dental Assisting National Board Exam at their desk

According to the American Test Anxiety Association, about 20 percent of students suffer from high test anxiety, while another 18 percent are affected by moderate test anxiety. Going into your Dental Assisting National Board Exam can be daunting, especially if you don’t feel comfortable taking standardized tests. Read on for four tips to help you overcome the stress and ace your DANB exam the first time you take it.


Which One of The 5 Dental Assisting Student Types Are You?

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a dental assisting student writing down notes in class

It can be hard navigating the curriculum of dental assisting school, especially if you’re a certain type of student. There’s no one study trick to help get you through the entire program, because everybody thrives in different environments. As you make your way through your classes, you may learn that you’re one of these five types of dental assisting students. Find out which of these descriptions fits your personality best to determine how you can thrive in your new job!


3 Time-Management Tips For Dental Assistant Students With Other Obligations

January 23, 2020

Filed under: Uncategorized — dentalassisting @ 4:16 pm
person graduating with their hands in the air

Having responsibilities outside of being a student can be difficult to juggle, especially if you’re a parent or guardian. Fortunately, there are several programs that offer dental assisting school part-time or evening classes to make it easier. With good time management skills, prioritization, and focus, you’ll be able to be proud of your achievements and begin applying for new jobs in no time. Read on for tips and tricks on how you can better manage your time as a new student who has other obligations.


3 Career Goals For Dental Assisting in 2020

January 13, 2020

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list of goals for 2020

The new year is here, and many people celebrate by setting new goals in their life to make it more fulfilling and healthier. If you’re dental assisting in 2020, making a commitment to advancing your career and knowledge is a great way to do this! Not only will you be able to take better care of your patients by continuing your education and opening doors to new opportunities, but you’ll also be creating endless new possibilities. Read on for three career goals for dental assisting in 2020.


A Graduate’s Guide to Getting Your First Dental Assisting Job

December 27, 2019

Filed under: Uncategorized — dentalassisting @ 3:44 pm
person interviewing for a job

As you’re wrapping up your hands-on dental assistant school training, you’ve probably begun to wonder what you should do to prepare for your first job after graduation. You know you’ll have all the knowledge, training, and skills you need to jumpstart your career, but what happens after you walk off of the graduation stage? What are your future employers going to be looking for in a dental assistant? Here’s a complete guide to help you prepare for getting a job after completing your program.

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