CLEP testing

  1. 0 Does anyone know if UTA accepts CLEPS for pre req classes?
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    Yes they do and they do not have a maximum amount of CLEP credits that you can transfer per the Academic Partnership Rep. that I spoke with on the phone. UTA does have a list of CLEP credits that they will accept for credit on the testing portion of their website.
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    Awesome! That just made my day! Thanks for the reply
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    Quote from Kdrenee
    Does anyone know if UTA accepts CLEPS for pre req classes?
    Sorry for being stupid, but what is CLEPS?
    BTW, I LOVE your hello kitty nurse avatar.
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    Thanks!!! And sorry it to me so long to reply. I didn't see that you posted this until today. So, if you reward this a CLEP is a test that you can take instead of taking a class. For instance I'm taking an English CLEP next month. It gives you credit for the class, but no grade. It only gives a pass or fail. So it doesn't raise or lower your GPA. If you have a good GPA it's a much faster and cheaper way to get some pre reqs done! Google it
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    Sorry, I'm posting on my phone and it messed up what I was trying to say a bit, but you get the point! Lol
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    Quote from Kdrenee
    Thanks!!! And sorry it to me so long to reply. I didn't see that you posted this until today. So, if you reward this a CLEP is a test that you can take instead of taking a class. For instance I'm taking an English CLEP next month. It gives you credit for the class, but no grade. It only gives a pass or fail. So it doesn't raise or lower your GPA. If you have a good GPA it's a much faster and cheaper way to get some pre reqs done! Google it
    thanks! I will look into it.
  10. Visit  9livesRN} profile page
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    I clapped out of a nursing elective due to National Certification, easy, simple to do and only cost me 25 dollars to clep it!


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