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TESU Quantitative Literacy
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Yes, I agree with dfrecore, if ALEKS truly isn't working for you and you've tried sticking it out until that membership runs out, then use the other providers here, I would recommend Sophia or Study.com. But you still would want to utilize the free resources like Khan Academy and so on to get the hang of College Algebra, the main thing is to work with more practical lessons.
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(11-25-2018, 03:48 PM)bjcheung77 Wrote: Yes, I agree with dfrecore, if ALEKS truly isn't working for you and you've tried sticking it out until that membership runs out, then use the other providers here, I would recommend Sophia or Study.com.  But you still would want to utilize the free resources like Khan Academy and so on to get the hang of College Algebra, the main thing is to work with more practical lessons.

Thank you for the advice, I am going to go with Sophia, hopefully this will not be as much of a headache.
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Well after all the headache, I went ahead and took Study.com's Quantitative Literacy and it fulfilled the requirement. I found the course much easier then the college algebra courses I tried.
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(11-30-2018, 12:11 PM)tobyisking Wrote: Well after all the headache, I went ahead and took Study.com's Quantitative Literacy and it fulfilled the requirement. I found the course much easier then the college algebra courses I tried.

New user here: Can anyone tell me which class from SL is equivalent or will fulfill the TESU Quantitative Literacy req.?
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I highly recommend doing CSM course over StraighterLine or anything else. One of the best courses out there and only $39! It meets quantitative literacy at TESU.
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(09-12-2019, 11:28 PM)natshar Wrote: I highly recommend doing CSM course over StraighterLine or anything else. One of the best courses out there and only $39! It meets quantitative literacy at TESU.

NOTE: CSM course does not fulfill quantitative literacy for BSBA degrees. Yes, CSM fulfills Stats requirement for BSBA degrees. I have learned the hard way on this topic.

btw: I highly recommend CSM courses as well, especially for the Stats requirement in BSBA or quantitative literacy requirement in BALS.
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