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Clepping and straighter line course

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I begin my lpn program at a vocational school this sept. Trying to be futuristic and think ahead. Do u think it's feasible to clep soc, humanities, and life span psyh as well as take chemistry with straighter line all before sept?

Thanks:)

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MsPC has 2 years experience and specializes in ED.

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Depending on how well you teach yourself and how much time you have to dedicate to your studies it is very doable. In my situation I feel comfortable that I could accomplish all of those goals in the time you have outlined. I will give the disclaimer that you should make sure your prospective school will accept clep and straighterline courses for your desired goal.

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Depending on how well you teach yourself and how much time you have to dedicate to your studies it is very doable. In my situation I feel comfortable that I could accomplish all of those goals in the time you have outlined. I will give the disclaimer that you should make sure your prospective school will accept clep and straighterline courses for your desired goal.

Thanks for the reply..my goal is excelsior

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Nervous1 has 3 years experience and specializes in Cardiac.

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I begin my lpn program at a vocational school this sept. Trying to be futuristic and think ahead. Do u think it's feasible to clep soc, humanities, and life span psyh as well as take chemistry with straighter line all before sept?

Thanks:)

I finished chem + lab in about a month and did 3 cleps + 1 dsst in month.....very doable for me but my cleps were (A/I Lit, Psych and Sociology)

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How was the I/A lit I still need to take this

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Nervous1 has 3 years experience and specializes in Cardiac.

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A/I Lit is not easy and its not one you can study for.....if you can stay awake during the test and make lots of educated guesses, you will pass I'm sure. Its so stinking boring though......

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