$99 General Chemistry?

by MotherofSun MotherofSun, CNA (New) New Pre-Student

Hello future nurses! So, I might have stumbled upon a gem! ASU has a program called "Earned Admission" for individuals interested in applying, but feel that they might not have the "edge" they need for admission. They offer various courses that are usually $425, but they're discounted to $99 until August 25th due to COVID 19. What does this mean for us? They have a "General Chemistry for Engineers" that transfers into many (maybe even most) schools as regular Gen. Chem. WITH A LAB! For $99. It doesn't get better than that! The last $99 cohort begins on 8/18. It's free to register, you don't need to be admitted to ASU, and you only pay the $99 after you've completed the course with a grade you like! It's REGULAR ASU CREDIT and will not be easy as it is considered a regular ASU class. I've taken a few of these courses, and I honestly find them a *little* harder, but still not unbearable. I urge you all to save money and check it out!


Also, if you need it, they have both English courses, Pre-Calculus, Calculus, and College Algebra (as well as several others). They use Aleks for math which is AMAZING because it teaches you tiny step by tiny step and is soooo incredibly easy. It also only starts you off where you're at, instead of from the bare beginning.