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If I recall correctly, they don't charge 490 for the information literacy class at excelsior. Since it is only a 1 credit class I believe it around 160 or so.

No, that is incorrect — it is $490 because that is the cost of a one-credit course, unless you are military or a veteran.

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What is ALEKS? Has any one completed the Math Exam offered by UExcel on the Excelsior website?[/quote

Yes, I did. Contemporary Math. It wasn't the easiest, wasn't the hardest. I barely studied and made a C. With a little work I probably could've done better, but I was pressed for time and wanted to get it out of the way.

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OldGrayNurse has 27 years experience and specializes in Medicare Reimbursement; MDS/RAI.

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Hello emtpbill

My advisor approved the Contemporary Math so I went ahead and registered and paid for the exam and scheduled with Peason Vue and have my exam date. So I was wondering about how the Contemporary Math exam was if anyone did it.

Thanks!

Grab the CLEP College Math workbook off of Amazon. Do those exercises and the one in the Study Guide from EC, and you will do fine. I barely cracked either book and made a C, as I was pressed for time. If I had applied myself I would've done better, but I'll take that C, as I despise math.

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No, that is incorrect — it is $490 because that is the cost of a one-credit course, unless you are military or a veteran.

Yes, I was thinking of the costs of the tests alone not the credit.🤓

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