Here is a legit strategy and a not so legit strategy people use on SL courses.
Originally Posted by SaebScholar
Legit: Order the books/materials you need for the courses you plan on taking ahead of time. Read/Study the books. Sign up for SL and the courses. Do all the assignments one by one. Take Final. Collect credits.
Not Legit: Take courses that are "open" book and use the e-book versions. CTRL-F all the answers. Take Final (on some CTRL-F all the answers). Collect Credits.
CLEPs can be a fast way to earn credits quickly also. There is a lot of easy to study for ones. You can put in a day to a week of studying for most of the exams. If your near a test center and you can take multiple in a day you can probably study for 1day each on Marketing, Management, A & I Lit. 12credits down. Sociology and Psychology can be done but I would go closer to a week each on those. There is a ton of quick style credits. Study.com isn't so quick anymore because of there changes.
Last edited by Synicaal; 01-11-2017 at 07:22 AM.
Thomas Edison State University - BSBA: Accounting: 88/123
B&M: Personal Finance, Stats, Business Law I, Microeconomics, Quantitative Business Apps, Business Comm, Computer Concepts and Apps, Financial Accounting
CLEP: Sociology, Psychology, Marketing, College Comp Modular, Human Growth and Development
Institutes: Ethics 312
Aleks: Intermediate Algebra, College Algebra, PreCalculus
Shmoop: U.S. History I, U.S. History II, Modern European History
Study.com: Principles of Finance, Advanced Accounting I, Applied Managerial Accounting, American Government, Macroeconomics, Principles of Management, Globalization and International Management
SL: Intermediate Accounting I, Introduction to Religon
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