I Passed the DTR Exam!!!!

Posted by Jennifer (the student) on July 18, 2012

 

My long-term goal is to become a RD (registered dietitian). But I completed a DT program to see if I would really like the field of dietetics. I fell in love with all my classes and am looking forward to completing school. I have been postponing this test for almost a year because I have terrible test anxiety. Now I feel like I can really move on. Thank you for sharing in my joy! :-)

What Is a Dietetic Technician, Registered?

A dietetic technician, registered, often working in partnership with registered dietitians, screens, evaluates and educates patients; manages and prevents diseases such as diabetes and obesity and monitors patients’ and clients’ progress. DTRs work in settings such as hospitals and clinics, extended-care facilities, home health-care programs, schools, correctional facilities, restaurants, food companies, foodservice providers, public health agencies, government and community programs such as Meals on Wheels, health clubs, weight management clinics and wellness centers.

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14 Responses to I Passed the DTR Exam!!!!

  1. Charlene Mitchell and Buddy

    Congradulations!!!!!

  2. Charlene Mitchell and Buddy

    Buddy read the post to us. You know he is the only one of us who keeps up with all the blogs.Congratulations, Missy
    P.S. Is Tanner taking you out tonight?

  3. Congratulations!!!!!! Kasper and I are so proud of you!

  4. Fred and Tanner

    Congratulations, you are Tanner’s and mine hero. We love you sooo….much!

  5. Awesome!! Way to go!! Congrats!!! I’m hoping that I will get into the Dietetic Internship next year..

  6. congrats! That’s awesome :)

  7. Congrats…it’s a day to celebrate! I am in a DTR program right now and will be done at the end of this fall. Are you doing your internship now?

    • Jennifer Student

      Good luck to you! No, I already completed my internship. Now I am working on the last few science classes I need to get into a RD program.

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