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Straighterline Topic Grade Quizzes??

  1. 0 I've been trying to figure out how to take the Topic Quizzes for hours now, I can't find the link! Where do I go?
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  3. Visit  Txffmedic profile page
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    Go to the exam center, go to specific topic quiz and once the quiz pops up tap on the smaller font quiz heading just below the larger one above it. Ex. Topic 4 quiz. Tap on the same heading just below it but in a smaller font....hope that was not confusing.
  4. Visit  natnat122 profile page
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    Quote from Txffmedic
    Go to the exam center, go to specific topic quiz and once the quiz pops up tap on the smaller font quiz heading just below the larger one above it. Ex. Topic 4 quiz. Tap on the same heading just below it but in a smaller font....hope that was not confusing.
    Ha figured it out, thanks!
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  5. Visit  Peterjoy93 profile page
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    Which StraighterLine class are you taking? How do you like them? Thanks.
  6. Visit  natnat122 profile page
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    Quote from Peterjoy93
    Which StraighterLine class are you taking? How do you like them? Thanks.
    Hi Peterjoy,
    I'm taking A&P 2 with Straighterline and I'm almost done, thank God! I like it alot, the topics that they cover are really interesting and the Quizzes/tests are straightforward. I think you'd enjoy it. What classes do you have to take with them?
  7. Visit  Peterjoy93 profile page
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    Nothing yet; just looking to the future. After I get my ADN.
  8. Visit  smir953328 profile page
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    Quote from natnat122
    Hi Peterjoy,
    I'm taking A&P 2 with Straighterline and I'm almost done, thank God! I like it alot, the topics that they cover are really interesting and the Quizzes/tests are straightforward. I think you'd enjoy it. What classes do you have to take with them?

    I am starting again after a 2 year hiatus. I am beginning to study A&P. Just purchased StudyGroup101. I am reading a lot about Straighterline in this forum. How does that work to satisfy the EC A&P requirement? Do I take both 1&2 for fulfill? Thanks.
  9. Visit  natnat122 profile page
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    Quote from smir953328
    I am starting again after a 2 year hiatus. I am beginning to study A&P. Just purchased StudyGroup101. I am reading a lot about Straighterline in this forum. How does that work to satisfy the EC A&P requirement? Do I take both 1&2 for fulfill? Thanks.
    Hi smir,

    EC accepts A&P from Straighterline; it completely satisfies the requirement but yes you do need to take both 1&2.. Double check with EC though; there's a newly implemented rule for nonenrolled students stating that EC will only accept a total of 7 credits from non-regionally accredited sources of credit, which applies to straighterline. I think A&P 1&2 combined is right at that range so you should be good though.. And if you're already enrolled forget about all that! lol.. Let me know before you sign up with them, and Best wishes!
  10. Visit  smir953328 profile page
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    Quote from natnat122
    Hi smir,

    EC accepts A&P from Straighterline; it completely satisfies the requirement but yes you do need to take both 1&2.. Double check with EC though; there's a newly implemented rule for nonenrolled students stating that EC will only accept a total of 7 credits from non-regionally accredited sources of credit, which applies to straighterline. I think A&P 1&2 combined is right at that range so you should be good though.. And if you're already enrolled forget about all that! lol.. Let me know before you sign up with them, and Best wishes!
    Thanks Natnat. I am going to use my studygroup101 since I have already purchased it. I also have College Network books as a resource. I've got to get cracking on this. No more time to waste. Gotta "Get 'er done"!!
  11. Visit  natnat122 profile page
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    Quote from smir953328
    Thanks Natnat. I am going to use my studygroup101 since I have already purchased it. I also have College Network books as a resource. I've got to get cracking on this. No more time to waste. Gotta "Get 'er done"!!

    Lol yes yes, get 'er done! I also recommend getting the textbook that they suggest because alot of test questions come form there.. Best wishes!!
  12. Visit  smir953328 profile page
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    Quote from natnat122
    Lol yes yes, get 'er done! I also recommend getting the textbook that they suggest because alot of test questions come form there.. Best wishes!!
    Will an older edition of the textbook do the trick as well? Like a 6th or 7th edition? The recommended book is the 12th edition. I wonder if the content has changed that much to where it would hinder my scoring.
  13. Visit  natnat122 profile page
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    Quote from smir953328
    Will an older edition of the textbook do the trick as well? Like a 6th or 7th edition? The recommended book is the 12th edition. I wonder if the content has changed that much to where it would hinder my scoring.
    I'm honestly not sure.. The 12th edition is not bad if you get it from bookrenter.com. That's where I got it from; they charged me $45.00 for I believe it was 120 days.. If you return the book in less than 21 days you get your $45.00 back which is great!
  14. Visit  smir953328 profile page
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    I read the edition wrong. It's the 9th edition which was rolled out in 2012. I checked out bookrenter.com and it does have reasonable prices and allows you to select how long you want to keep the book up to 125 days.
    . Thanks for the info.

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