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    • Roles for School Social Workers November 7, 2009
        The attached very short article from is about how a School Social Worker in Holland, Michigan is making a really big difference for the entire school.  Check it out!Thanks for visiting
    • Social Work License Exam Prep fell like a Tailspin? September 12, 2009
      Pull out of that Social Work License Exam Prep Tailspin!Get Free Help Here!  Look around on this site.Or, go to Social Work Search for more help.You can do this!!!Thanks for visiting
    • ASWB Approved CEU Credits September 11, 2009
      Continuing Education Credits Online and Approved by ASWB.  Check out this listing here.This listing includes providers and courses that are approved by ASWB.  This does not necessarily mean that these courses are acceptable by a given board or organization, however, with ASWB backing, the probability is pretty good.  Check it out!Thanks for visiting www.soci […]
    • Visualize the Potential Benefits of Passing your Social Work License Examinations August 21, 2009
      Who knows what is possible? Following a series of successful steps, one might be fortunate enough to retire in a place like Southern Colorado. You can do it! Photo by WTB.Thanks for visiting
    • Special Education Vocabulary for School Social Workers July 23, 2009
      Just in case you are planning to go into School Social Work with related licensure in tact, this link will take you to the Colorodo BOCES Webpage, and from there, just click on "Special Education Vocabulary" for a posted list. Much of this terminology can be helpful for other areas of Social Work. Check it out!!!Thanks for visiting www.socialworkpr […]
    • Got Ideas about How to Pass the Social Work License Exam? July 9, 2009
      Be nice. Add a comment to this posting to help out your fellow licensure candidates.Thanks for visiting
    • Helpful Sites June 16, 2009
      Test Prep Review: Your Source for Free Online Practice TestsThanks for visiting
    • A Few Basic Social Work Concepts One is Likely to See on a Licensure Examination May 26, 2009
      The following is a very brief list of a few very basic social work concepts one is likely to see on a licensure examination. A list of types of questions where one might try to experiment with the following basic concepts is also available at this site. Regardless of which examination one is planning to take, she or he should probably have a working knowledg […]
    • Freud and Social Work May 13, 2009
      Sometimes a cigar is just a cigar according to Sigmund Freud. How does this translate to the Social Work Examination process?Well ....In mastering the Social Work Licensure Examination one probably should consider early on that some of the best clues to the essence of the examination will be those provided for free or at a price by those who authored the tes […]
    • Work on Your Standardized Examination Vocabulary May 4, 2009
      To the lower left of your screen, I have installed an English Standardized Exam Vocabulary Quiz. It emphasizes a command of antonyms, analogies and word parts.Work with it.It can probably help you improve your Social Work Licensure Examination Score. This quiz contains vocabulary for college bound and college graduate levels. If you have a significant degree […]
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Posts Tagged ‘Stanine Score’

Scores Definitions: Stanine, Percentile, and Standard Scores

Posted by nepeht on November 15, 2008


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