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- Mar 27, '11 by xohaileyyyx3Quote from alodociosHey guysclovis 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.
do you know if they offer a stats class with no proctored exams?
- Aug 21, '11 by montersQuote from TheCommuterALEKS 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.
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.
Can you tell me how do you know if you got 70% on aleks math? It doesn't tell me anything except to continue with my pie and keeps going. No percentage is ever given.
Any info you have would be appreciated! Thank you!
- Sep 26, '11 by wonderjojo2005Please help. I need an upper level Math course. Aleks, Straighterline both are lower bac, in need an upper bac course. Please help!
Quote from TheCommuterThere 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.
- Sep 26, '11 by BarbaraNMDoes anyone know WHICH ALEKS math course would be required (or accepted!) by Excelsior, to fulfill their math requirement?
- Mar 5, '12 by TxNurseTxBarbaraNM,
Did you ever find out which math course Excelsior would accept for the math requirement?
- Mar 5, '12 by BarbaraNMDave,
I was told by Aggiemom that she took Intermediate Algebra, and she suggested contacting an advisor at EC to be sure... sounds like good advice! I was hoping for something a little more basic, but ALEKS does sound like a good way to go.. that, or CLEP...
- Mar 11, '12 by BarbaraNMDave,
Did you check out the ALEKS site for a math course? You can do a free trial, which will you give 3 hours access to their site. I really kinda liked the Basic Math, thought the Intermediate Algebra was hard... good luck!
- Mar 11, '12 by BarbaraNM(editing that weird message)
- Apr 4, '12 by BB6500Quote from Nervous1I just finished College Algebra thru Straighterline today (took a week) and am having my scores transcripted thru Fort Hayes State University. It cost me $99+39 and Fort Hayes lists the credit just as I would have taken it direct thru them for a $30 fee. YOu could ask if they would accept a College Algebra class thru FHSU and go that route.
Are you still able to do this? Could explain the process shoot me a email to email@example.com
- Jul 30, '12 by alouwsmaDid your straightline credits transfer ok? I am in a bind and need my math credits like ASAP as well!