Substance Abuse

The American Council of Education (ACE) recommends three upper level baccalaureate credits.  An upper level baccalaureate credit is one that moves beyond the general education requirements. However, before investing your time, effort, and money in any study guide or content review – ensure your school accepts this test for credit. The test will contain 100 questions with a time limit of two hours. This test was previously known as “Drug and Alcohol Abuse”.

Preparing for the test:

  1. Ensure your higher-level institution will accept the exam for credit. Do this before anything else.
  2. For a compact review of the test with content, a robust glossary of terms, and a practice test consider either this e-book or study guide. This study guide will remove the fluff from a traditional textbook to the core of the test content. By boiling down the content you’ll save hours of review and needless memorization.
  3. Test and retest yourself based on your content studying from Step 2 by using free flashcards.
  4. Learn how to prepare and control test taking panic.
  5. Take some of the guesswork out of multiple-choice questions.
  6. Take the DSST practice test.
  7. Locate a test center and schedule your exam.