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- Jan 29, '11 by SMOKEY2112Quote from TheCommuterThanks girl! YOU ROCK!!!Straighterline is going to offer an online A&P I and A&P II with labs sometime this year. It will be self-paced, meaning you can finish in a few weeks or a few months.
CALCampus also offers a self-paced microbiology class with lab.
- Jan 30, '11 by mtsteelhorseWhat does it mean to have a course transcribed? I'm looking for an "easy" statistics course with an emphasis on inferential stats...want to take it soon to get it behind my but need to make sure I can get credit for it/transfer. Thanks for explaining.
- Jan 30, '11 by tootsie2184I took all my science classes through CCConline.org . It is through Colorado community colleges. I chose Colorado Northwestern Community College and they offer two sessions per semester. Its awesome! I got B's in all of my sciences (even though I try so hard for the damn A, I never seem to get it lol) good luck!
- Feb 1, '11 by TheCommuterQuote from mtsteelhorseIf you are earning college credit through nontraditional methods (testing, unaccredited courses, life experience, etc.), you will need to have these unconventional credits "transcribed" by a regionally accredited college or university. In other words, once these nontraditional credits end up on an accredited transcript, they have been "transcribed."What does it mean to have a course transcribed?
For example, you can take the ALEKS statistics course online and at your own pace, but it will not be worth any college credit unless you have it "transcribed" on an ACE transcript. Once your ALEKS statistics course is officially "transcribed," it is worth three semester hours worth of college level math.
- Feb 2, '11 by FaeriewandHow do they test? Is it an online test or do you have to find a proctor? I'm looking to finish up but need online classes only.
- Feb 2, '11 by TheCommuterQuote from FaeriewandALEKS is completely nonproctored and you take your tests/assessments at home on your computer. Once you score 70 percent on an assessment, you can submit the score to ACE and request to have it transcripted for 3 semesters of college credit.How do they test? Is it an online test or do you have to find a proctor? I'm looking to finish up but need online classes only.
ALEKS offers ACE-approved courses in Beginning Algebra, Intermediate Algebra, College Algebra, Precalculus, Trigonometry, Intro to Statistics, Business Statistics, and Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences.
- Feb 8, '11 by lvnrnmd2beQuote from TheCommuteranyone know if Indiana state accepts classes from straighterline.com ?There are more than five options to obtaining quick college credit in college-level math:
1. Straighterline.com: they offer self-paced courses that can be completed in a week if you are really strong at math. Their offerings include College Algebra, Statistics, Precalculus, and General Calculus. You will need to have the course transcribed at a partner college in order to receive 3 semester hours worth of college credit for the class. Fort Hays State University charges a $30 application fee for transcribing the class onto an official transcript.
2. ALEKS.com: for $20 per month, you can enroll in their intermediate algebra course. As soon as you score 70% or greater on one of their assessments, you can have the course transcribed on an ACE transcript that qualifies for 3 semester hours worth of college credit in mathematics. ALEKS also offers college algebra, statistics, and other interesting offerings that qualify for ACE-approved college credit upon completion.
3. CLEP exams: for about $80, you can test out of college-level math and receive 3 semester hours worth of college credit that is accepted at thousands of colleges and universities.
4. CALCampus: they offer several accredited, self-paced college-level math courses.
5. Independent Study in Idaho: they offer online and print-based college-level math courses that are reasonably-priced at about $100 per credit.
If anyone is interested in cheap college credits to satisfy a degree requirement, I can surely offer advice. In fact, I am looking to complete as many cheap college courses as possible without setting foot in another classroom due to time constraints.
- Feb 26, '11 by lvnibclcQuote from lvnrnmd2beI am wondering the same Does anyone know? Thanks!!anyone know if Indiana state accepts classes from straighterline.com ?
eta: Nevermind I found it! Looks like they do accept it! Here's another post with great info! http://allnurses.com/distance-learni...ml#post4806878Last edit by lvnibclc on Feb 26, '11
- Mar 1, '11 by alodociosclovis community college offers lots of math and sciences with lab including a&p 1and 2 no proctor totally online and they have accelerated classes and intersession classes. lowest prices i have ever seen and they use nelnet to offer payment plans if you need it.
- Mar 2, '11 by SMOKEY2112Quote from alodociosI'm taking APII at Clovis right now and we do have to have a proctor for the final. So I'm not sure if the no proctor thing is something they just offer once in a while or if something has changed. I thought it was going to be totally online too and that's not the case. I'm also taking Medical Terminology and we also have to have a proctor for the final.clovis community college offers lots of math and sciences with lab including a&p 1and 2 no proctor totally online and they have accelerated classes and intersession classes. lowest prices i have ever seen and they use nelnet to offer payment plans if you need it.