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precalculus ?
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Anyone use instantcert for precalculus ? I can't imagine that the flashcards would be enough, but maybe I'm wrong.
Any feedback would be appreciated. I believe passing for the exam at my school in 50
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(11-07-2022, 09:48 PM)indigoshuffle Wrote: Anyone use instantcert for precalculus ? I can't imagine that the flashcards would be enough, but maybe I'm wrong.
Any feedback would be appreciated. I believe passing for the exam at my school in 50

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Unless you already know Precalc, this does not seem like the best way to get those credits. Better (and similarly priced options):
1) CLEP (free through ModernStates)
2) ALEKS - $20/mo, and you could also get Stats credit
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(11-23-2022, 01:58 PM)dfrecore Wrote: Unless you already know Precalc, this does not seem like the best way to get those credits.  Better (and similarly priced options):
1) CLEP (free through ModernStates)
2) ALEKS - $20/mo, and you could also get Stats credit

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