After stumbling across this website, I am truly inspired to finally attempt to finish off my degree. I'm looking to finish off my undergrad degree first in record time and low cost coming in at a close second. But before I plunge in, I'd like to ask for some advice. I have a number of credits from when I went to the University of Toronto, sometime before the beginning of time... I'd like to enrol in one of the Big 3 but it appears they all need a third party to assess the "international" credits. Problem: time and money. Plus the fact I have not heard good things about any of them. So then I was thinking...maybe I could enrol in Athabasca (Canadian DL), transfer my credits there, then transfer over to one of the Big 3. Is there a flaw in my logic? Also, I'm curious as to how much longer I'd need to go before completing a degree. Any words of wisdom out there? I was going to attend other Canadian universities as a part-time/distance student, but they're basically regular courses, offered at regular semester times and would take me 3 years to complete. I've got 6.5 1st year TofTcredits (which equates to 39 credit hours), 2 2nd year credits (= 12 credit hours), 0.5 3rd year (3 credit hours) and 0.5 4th year (3 credit hours). I also have 2 1st year courses at Seneca College (says 5 credits each on the transcript but let's say they're equivalent to 6 credit hours). Assuming full credit transfer (I realize it's unrealistic) that's a total of 63 credits. Grades and subject matter are all over the place. If anyone is able to supply more info, I'll gladly post the courses and grades to help. I want to get back to the books in a hurry so if anyone could offer some advice, I'd truly appreciate it!!