Hey everyone, I'm working on completing a degree from a local county college and I've planned out how many CLEPS and AP scores and classes I need to take in order to graduate next semester with an AA in Business. I live in NJ and the transfer agreements here state that if you transfer from a 2 year college to a 4 year college, you'll start off as a junior at that 4 year institution. I am worried the CLEPS I'm providing during my transfer will be rejected at the college I'm interested in attending and they'll force me to retake a large sum of classes. Is this likely? Would I possibly start off with 40 credits instead of 60? Would I be better off just finishing a bachelors at TESC? I'm potentially interested in going to either Rutgers or NJIT. Here are two links that are relevant: http://www.njtransfer.org/guides/XferAgreement.pdf NJCOLLEGE2COLLEGETRANSFER.COM Thanks!