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Of these courses which can I complete from Straighterline/Saylor for WGU before July?
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(06-20-2019, 06:10 PM)bjcheung77 Wrote: As I mentioned, I would just choose the first 4 StraighterLine courses you have and completed all 4, 2 days each at most.  You'll be done in time.  Each of these have open book final exams for the Business courses, and the US History I is closed book, but you can take US History II as that is open book!  I actually had the same percentage on the both courses, an 84% and 85% respectively, I didn't even bother with the open book for most exams, but some do like to get an "A".  I just go for the credits but sometimes shoot for the A if I can.

Anyways, if you do go for the four courses, it'll cost you the following.
$99 for 1 month of subscription, get $50 off with a coupon - $49.
Get one course for $59, another for $59, get $50 coupon = $68
Get the final course free if you can use up another coupon or pay $59 if you can't find one
Total = $117 if you use all coupons, or $176 if you can't get the final coupon
If you transfer all 4 to WGU, you get $200 off the first term = FREE SL COURSES that can be done in 1 day

Where are these coupons you speak of? Are they only for WGU?
Enrolled RN-BSN TESU
Thinking about just getting the BALS instead. Then Master's

DSST Management Information Systems
DSST Ethics in Technology
DSST Substance Abuse 436
DSST Health and Human Development 450
DSST Computing and Information Technology  461
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(08-20-2019, 08:14 AM)cwendy111 Wrote:
(06-20-2019, 06:10 PM)bjcheung77 Wrote: As I mentioned, I would just choose the first 4 StraighterLine courses you have and completed all 4, 2 days each at most.  You'll be done in time.  Each of these have open book final exams for the Business courses, and the US History I is closed book, but you can take US History II as that is open book!  I actually had the same percentage on the both courses, an 84% and 85% respectively, I didn't even bother with the open book for most exams, but some do like to get an "A".  I just go for the credits but sometimes shoot for the A if I can.

Anyways, if you do go for the four courses, it'll cost you the following.
$99 for 1 month of subscription, get $50 off with a coupon - $49.
Get one course for $59, another for $59, get $50 coupon = $68
Get the final course free if you can use up another coupon or pay $59 if you can't find one
Total = $117 if you use all coupons, or $176 if you can't get the final coupon
If you transfer all 4 to WGU, you get $200 off the first term = FREE SL COURSES that can be done in 1 day

Where are these coupons you speak of? Are they only for WGU?

There is a thread dedicated to SL Coupon codes - https://www.degreeforum.net/mybb/Thread-SL-Coupon-Code

Thomas Edison State University (TESU) 
- BSBA General Management, December 2018
- ASNSM in Computer Science, December 2018
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