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lauren21 posted on 7/25/2002 9:26:26 AMReply
transfering classes?



lauren21 posted on 7/25/2002 9:28:16 AMReply
RE: transfering classes?

I was wondering if anyone new if i could transfer these classes i took through I study smart to a community college and get college credit for them??





DAJCArndt posted on 9/23/2002 1:31:33 AMReply
RE: transfering classes?

The tests that you take are from Excelsior College and CLEP. Contact Excelsior at www.Excelsior.edu or 1-888-723-9267 and they will be able to tell you which colleges may accept your credits.

scarlett00 posted on 9/26/2002 9:14:51 AMReply
RE: transfering classes?

I am wondering how it works about using the classes I have already taken and then going this way. Where do you show your classes I have already taken and get credit for them?
BeckieK.

Emily Mayo posted on 9/26/2002 12:10:24 PMReply
RE: transfering classes?

To find out what courses you need to complete your degree you can send your transcripts for a free unofficial evaluation to istudysmart. The college courses you've had will transfer towards the Excelsior degree and they grant the credit upon enrollment. The fax number to istudysmart is 615-383-6559. Just be sure to put your contact info on the transcripts.

kshanahan posted on 10/5/2002 6:56:16 AMReply
RE: transfering classes?

How strict is Excelsior about transferring A&P;?
I have taken my CEP which included an A&P; class, but it was only one semester, but it was the two-semester content over one semester. This is how my Medic program was done. The coordinator is willing to write a letter about it on my behalf.
Any answers?????


Buckym posted on 10/5/2002 11:25:10 AMReply
RE: transfering classes?

worse case scenario,, take the test at one of the testing centers,, and you'll be all set,,, call the 1 888 number and see what they say.. buck