Planning

Practice Mode & Requirements

When choosing how you want to practice, a self-assessment can lead you down the right path. It can help you identify more about your personality, strengths, skills and work style. Whichever mode of practice you choose, make sure it's the right one for you. Because you may choose to change your mode of practice at some opint, this information is helpful for D.C.s throughout their careers.

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