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TEL Learning - your new best friend (cheap RA credits)
#81
aleksa, where are you from? The BACS from TESU is a great option, you should just continue on with what you're working on now, make sure to take 24 RA credits and then you can use ACE/NCCRS for the rest. One thing to note is that, UMPI is coming out with a BSCS as well, they also take International Students. Don't rush yourself, pace your course work and if UMPI seems to be a 'better' fit, then decide then. You still need to get your general education/free electives done anyways, all the courses you currently take should transfer to both schools.
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#82
Thanks @Cofffeee for suggesting ONU, I will check it out. That might even be better because Allen University isn't listed at https://www.tesu.edu/admissions/transfer-credit . The ones you suggest at ONU are ENGL 109 College Writing I -> ENC 101 English Composition I or ENGL 102/103 at ONU?

Hi @bj, I'm from Serbia. I believe my English is good enough to pass TOEFL but I HATE these types of exams and I could use those ~$250 for college credits Smile Thank you, that's a great input for BSCS at UMPI. I actually think that BSCS sounds better than BACS to future employers and grad admissions. That would probably be a better option, I will have to read more about it at https://www.degreeforum.net/mybb/Thread-...er-Science . I like competency based costs and was hoping to get BSCS at WGU before realizing that they don't accept international students ( even considered getting how I might get an ITIN to make it look I'm in the US). I'm wondering if they offer Pass/Fail or a letter grade. My end goal is Georgia Tech OMSCS so having a 3.0 GPA would be beneficial. I also want to thank you, I've read so many of your posts and learned a lot. This forum is life-changing for me Smile
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#83
Forgive my ignorance but how are y'all finding out about the number of quizzes, midterms, and proctored exams for each course?
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#84
(06-05-2021, 11:14 PM)kingerock Wrote: Forgive my ignorance but how are y'all finding out about the number of quizzes, midterms, and proctored exams for each course?

Because course catalog is publicly available and contains all that information:
https://www.tel-education.org/course-catalog/
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#85
Does anyone have any experience with double dipping on TEL discounts? This (https://homeschoolingforcollegecredit.com/discounts-2/) lists a 15% off code for one course that expires at the end of the month, and a 10% off code that expires in Sept. What I'd ideally like to do is use the 15% off code now to see if it's a fit for me, and then if it is, come back in a few weeks and use the 10% of code for the other courses I need.

I like that their course catalog and content is viewable online, and while they're slightly more expensive than ONU, I do like that they're super transparent with their course info.
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(06-21-2021, 04:21 PM)canuckian Wrote: Does anyone have any experience with double dipping on TEL discounts? This (https://homeschoolingforcollegecredit.com/discounts-2/) lists a 15% off code for one course that expires at the end of the month, and a 10% off code that expires in Sept. What I'd ideally like to do is use the 15% off code now to see if it's a fit for me, and then if it is, come back in a few weeks and use the 10% of code for the other courses I need.

I like that their course catalog and content is viewable online, and while they're slightly more expensive than ONU, I do like that they're super transparent with their course info.

Yes, you should be able to use coupons whenever you want to.  Obviously you can't use 2 at once, but one on 1 course, and then another on another will work.  If you end up liking it, I think you can use the 15% off one again until it expires too.  So if you wanted to buy 3 courses using the code, you can.
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