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So how does this work? I know you have to enroll in the college to register for the classes. Just wondering if you have to take more than one at a time to be considered eligible for financial aid? or does the aid cover it even if you only sign up for one? I'm taking my A&P exam next week and then going to knock Micro out. Plan to enroll immediately after Micro so that I can sign up for the Transitions class starting July 3rd.
Hi mochasouter. The A & P is an overwhelming wealth of information. It can be a little difficult to know exactly how to approach the material. I use the study guide that Excelsior provides as a tool to guide my study. I am mostly just using Study Guide 101 and a few online practice quizzes (including the Excelsior practice test for A & P). I did not buy the textbook because I have actually had an A & P course at the community college. Unfortunately, it was older than 5 years so Excelsior won't accept it. Same with Micro. Oh well, just gotta get these 2 tests out of the way then I can enroll and start the online courses! Good luck to you!
Those 8 weeks course follow the tuition of the undergrad wow that's like 425 per credit. I rather use studygroup101 materials and test out true you get financial aide but the overall cost jumps up like crazy for the same course. Test out is $325 plus $75 for the practice exams. And you can be ready in 3-4 weeks studying on your own, but to each their own. I prefer to test out.