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Which CLEP or DANTEs was ur Memorable?
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Which CLEP or DANTE exams were your memorable moments?


Which ones you felt you learned alot from ?


I can say Western Civilization I and II ....Humanities .....U.S. History I and II ...



I enjoyed studying on the different current events pertaining to cultural, technological and historical events...


Roman and Greek history ...the different philosophers like Aristotle, Socrates, and Plato ....

the Reformation period , Martin Luther , .....
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AGS Wrote:Which ones you felt you learned alot from ? [SIZE="3"]DANTES - Rise & Fall USSR[/SIZE]




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I have a feeling that Calculus is going to leave a mark... hilarious I am taking it in a couple of months
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The rise and Fall of the Soviet Union was the one I learned the most from. Civil War and Reconstruction was my most memorable becasue it was my last one!!! hilarious
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humanities
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AGS Wrote:Which CLEP or DANTE exams were your memorable moments?


STATISTICS...because it was the hardest test I've ever taken in my entire life!!!! :eek:

Although...I then took the TECEP Operations Management exam four months after Statistics and thought it was the hardest exam I've ever taken!

So those two will always stand out when I think back to my testing days... :p

JoAnne
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Humanities was hard for me because it was so broad. In the end, I was very well prepared. and I learned alot.

College Math is the other one. I spent alot of time trying to get it down. I felt very accomplished when I passed. : )
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The one that I learned the most from was Clep Psychology. 1. because it was the first test I took where I had NO prior knowledge, and 2. because I have used what I learned from that test to study for and pass many other similar to it.
The most memorable test was CLEP Biology. The first time I took it in June of 2006 I failed with a 47. So I decided to try it again. I didn't really need 6 science credits, but I really believed I could do it.! So it turned out that I only had a few hours of studying time. :confused: But I managed to pass with a 51 ! I"ll certainly never forget that. Though, I think the pass was more due to my prayers than my knowledge. hilarious



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Kiwi Lover Wrote:STATISTICS...because it was the hardest test I've ever taken in my entire life!!!! :eek:

Although...I then took the TECEP Operations Management exam four months after Statistics and thought it was the hardest exam I've ever taken!

So those two will always stand out when I think back to my testing days... :p

JoAnne
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DANTES - World Religions, Organizational Behavior, Management Information Systems

CLEP - English Composition, History and Social Sciences

The ones I found least memorable (read: most pointless), but also the easiest, were the Psychology and Sociology exams. I studied less than 5 hours for that Introductory Sociology exam!
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