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What are the easiest Graduate courses at NationsU? And do they all require a proctor?
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AFAIK, you need proctored tests in order to get credit at NationsU. That's a tad bit annoying because you can't just use a proctoring service. You have to find someone who is actually willing to be your personal proctor.
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(02-20-2021, 06:48 AM)rachel83az Wrote: AFAIK, you need proctored tests in order to get credit at NationsU. That's a tad bit annoying because you can't just use a proctoring service. You have to find someone who is actually willing to be your personal proctor.

I know this thread is under "Graduate School Discussion", but I wanted to point out to folks that for undergrad programs NationsU does not require a proctor for all final exams. I have to take 20 NU courses to earn my BRS, and I think my path only has 3 or 4 with proctored finals.
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(02-20-2021, 01:39 PM)StoicJ Wrote:
(02-20-2021, 06:48 AM)rachel83az Wrote: AFAIK, you need proctored tests in order to get credit at NationsU. That's a tad bit annoying because you can't just use a proctoring service. You have to find someone who is actually willing to be your personal proctor.

I know this thread is under "Graduate School Discussion", but I wanted to point out to folks that for undergrad programs NationsU does not require a proctor for all final exams. I have to take 20 NU courses to earn my BRS, and I think my path only has 3 or 4 with proctored finals.

I thought the proctored exams covered multiple courses? Maybe I misunderstood how things worked when I emailed them about proctoring, which is entirely possible.
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Pierpont - AAS BOG
TESU - BA Computer Science; BSBA CIS; ASNSM Math & CS; ASBA


Completed:
Sophia (30 courses), The Institutes (old), Study.com (5 courses)
ASU: Human Origins, Astronomy, Intro Health & Wellness, Western Civilization, Computer Appls & Info Technology, Intro Programming
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So here is how it works, AFAIK.

For my BRS I transferred in 20 courses, leaving 20 to be completed at NU. I completed BRS 100, BRS 121, and BRS 122. I did not take any proctored exams. Now, I am working on BRS 123. At the end of my BRS 123 Course Menu it says :
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Proctored Comprehensive Exam

Now that you have completed BRS 100, BRS 121, BRS 122, BRS 123, (or their older equivalents) you are eligible for the first proctored Comprehensive Exam.  The multiple choice exam contains problems drawn from BRS 121, BRS 122 and BRS 123.  A score of 70 percent is required for the certificate and bachelor’s degree.  Apply to the Director of Student Advising for permission to take the exam.  Once the exam is complete, move onto the next course.

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The course catalog says the BRS program has 4 of these. It looks to me like I will have a proctored exam at the end of BRS 126 (which is probably just 3 courses or so down the line), and then at the end of BRS 444 (which is likely the last course I will take before graduating). I don't know where the 4th proctored exam comes into play for me. Maybe I bypassed it by transferring in my Gen Eds and Gen Elects. Or maybe it'll pop up somewhere I'm not seeing.

The course catalog says that for the MTS program there are "two qualifying exams and one final comprehensive".
U.S. Credits (204): University (62), Community college (54), Sophia (49), Study (15), Google (12), TEEX (10), Institutes (2)
ECTS (39): ENEB (35), LUT (2), XAMK (2)

DONE
AA, Business Administration
AAS, History AOE
Pro Cert, Google IT Support

IN PROGRESS
B, Religious Studies (NationsUniversity)
BS, Computer Science (University of the People)
MBA (Universidad Isabel I / ENEB)
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