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Need help with Gen / UL courses
#1
So, im done with the free courses (for international students).

Now i need general courses and UL courses.
I still not know how much credits i get.

If i get credits it are a bun in communications, 1 course project management, 1 course politics, 1 course psycology and 1course sociology, if if if i these credits get.
In the main time i would like to work on my gen electives and UL courses.

Iknow i need math and English 1 and 2, biology with lab if i go for cosc.

So what courses can i best do?
I would like to do some Smhoop if i like it, but these are not UL. I like shmoop for the literature and arts courses. And they have also sciense, American gouverment and history but its not ul.
And ofcourse the Sophia Ancient Greek but this is not an gen and it dont transfers to cosc.

Because im not sure if, and how much credits i get, it is a real puzzle.

Who have advice?
I think it is better to take history as ul?

And if i not go for excelcior, wich English 1 and 2 are te best / easyiest?

I dont have my credits evalueted before somewhere in september so i really want do knock some courses out int the main time.
COMPLETED

Sophia: Developing Effective Teams (1) Student Success (1)  The Ess. of Managing Conflict (1)
The institute: Ethics 312 (3)

IN PROGRESS

English proficiency



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#2
I would recommend that you start with Study.com for your English I & II, add the Bio w/lab (you can use that no matter which school you choose), and I'd suggest you consider doing Math 103: Precalculus through them as well. It works as College Algebra for COSC - https://study.com/college/school/charter...llege.html, and it would work as Pre-calculus at TESU https://study.com/college/school/thomas-...rsity.html. It is the most basic math option for both TESU or COSC availabe through Study.com; also works for Excelsior, if you're still considering them  The good news is if you don't take the final exam then you can at least use it as prep for ALEKS, or other course.  Although study.com is very good at breaking down tougher topics into simple terms; I think you can get it done - and you'd be done with math once and for all.
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#3
Thank you. I dont know yet if i do college English at uexcel because that is a entrence to excelsior instead of toefl. COSC dont need a toefl. TESU does. But i really consider study. com. And maybe i can use Saylor for a gen or elective?
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Sophia: Developing Effective Teams (1) Student Success (1)  The Ess. of Managing Conflict (1)
The institute: Ethics 312 (3)

IN PROGRESS

English proficiency



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#4
It is a long shot, but if you are worried about TOEFL, you may message admissions at these schools to see if they would consider accepting Duolingo's $49 online English exam too. I recommend it to students who are targeting schools that accept it and have difficulty with TOEFL, though results are going to be roughly comparable anyway.

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#5
Thank you. I had ask for European esfet but they said no. So i think its the same for duolingo.
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Sophia: Developing Effective Teams (1) Student Success (1)  The Ess. of Managing Conflict (1)
The institute: Ethics 312 (3)

IN PROGRESS

English proficiency



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