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Posted: Tuesday Aug 11, 2020

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Posted: (13 days ago) Do colleges, such as Harvard, Yale or Stanford accept online high school credit by exams or online high school courses (UT Austin, TTUIS, etc...) on a high…

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How to Get Free Online Courses during Home Quarantine ...

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Posted: (1 months ago) I've taken online courses for the last five semesters through my local community college and each instructor is a bit different with how they set up their blackboard classes so you can't just say they do it "this way" and that's how they all do it because it isn't that easy (unfortunately).

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Review of my online courses- My spring 2020 session ...

Posted: (4 days ago) Two of my professors have regular online courses - using webex and Zoom. These class schedules are fairly regular, and consistent. For 2 other courses, the professors prefer to use prerecorded video instructions, often uploaded and available in a less scheduled and reliable time-frame. My remaining class is a combination of live or uploaded ...

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Online Courses v.s Normal In-School Courses — College ...

Posted: (29 days ago) So recently, I've heard a few rumors regarding how colleges view online courses versus how they view normal in-class courses and summer school courses. I've heard a multitude of rumors ranging from universities valuing every course type equally to universities deducting 20% from your final course grade if take it online.

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Posted: (1 months ago) Online Courses. momofsmartdancer 321 replies 11 threads Member. September 2018 in Pre-Med Topics. My D attends a Big Ten University where the one semester Biochemistry class for pre-med majors is only offered online fall semester. It is offered as a hybrid class in the Spring- but she feels she needs to take it now to prepare for MCAT in the ...

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Posted: (2 days ago) I am also having a similar experience as @vwlizard regarding online instruction - my BS kid is getting quality online courses, while my public school 8th grader is getting crappy instruction. We live in a good school district and every kid is supplied a Chromebook. But school was closed all together for 3 weeks, and the action plan they came up ...

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Posted: (1 months ago) 3--Of course, any bias against online courses would assume that law schools could even tell if a class was taken online, which I'm not sure of. 4--The school I go to is a top 25 private school where grading is quite difficult.

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Online classes at FSU? — College Confidential

Posted: (2 days ago) They have many online courses and as long as you complete the course by mid Aug., they will transfer to your GPA before fall classes start. Alot are totally online, some are online but you would need to go to an approved place for proctured exams. The website is very explanatory and there is a good variety of courses offered. Worth a look.

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Posted: (1 months ago) as I recall there are some cheaper online AP courses available. you need to look at whether or not you can get credit at your HS, and whether it would impact your GPA, which seems to be main reason for doing this. My son is taking a AP Bio through Hopkins. Although he will get a grade from Hopkins in the course, the HS will just give him a P/F ...

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