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Linear Algebra
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I am looking at my degree options at the Big 3.  One of my options is a Math degree, which is what I was working on before I dropped out of college.  The only math class I would need would be Linear algebra because I got a D in it...  Confused  Anyways, I have been looking through different forums, and I haven't found anything current.  Are there any Linear Algebra courses out there that can be done by CLEP or another easier option than taking the class.  If not, what is the best option for actually taking the class.  I know I didn't do well in it but I don't really remember much of it.  It mustve been hard, but I was also paying attention to everything other than school at the time.  Also, my class was Matrix and Linear Algebra.  Im not sure if that helped me or hurt me.  Anyways,  Thanks in advance for your input!!!
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OK State U's IS department offers it for $655: http://ce.okstate.edu/CourseInfo.vbhtml?section_id=649

APU offers it (for $810 I think): https://catalog.apus.edu/undergraduate/a...ementstext
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If at all possible, go back to take it online at the school you got the D from. You may be able to do it at a community college or at the state university closest you or chose their online course offering. I would go for the cheap/easy/fast option of 8 weeks or 12-week courses online.
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Oh yeah, if you go the same school, I think it replaces the D. That can help your calculated GPA if you want to go to grad school.

We haven't found anything much cheaper than $750. Community colleges in your area may have it cheaper, but note that TESU would count it as LL.
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Oh yeah, if nothing works out and you really need a course. I recommend APU/AMU.
Link: https://www.apus.edu/schedule-classes/sc...se/math220
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