Natural Sciences

Discussion in 'General Distance Learning Discussions' started by stb, Mar 26, 2001.

  1. stb

    stb New Member

    I received my copy of The Princeton Review "Cracking The Clep" today in the mail.

    I took the natural sciences sample exam. I correctly answered 114 of 120 questions.

    Should I sit this exam? I already have 10 natural science semester hours in Chemistry.
    (six hours classroom and 4 hours lab)

    Would credit hours be awarded at Excelsior, or COSC if I sat the exam?
  2. stb

    stb New Member

    My real question in the previous post is as follows.

    Would the CLEP Natural Sciences general exam be considered duplicate credit and not be awarded?

    Don't want to waste money and time.
  3. Tom Head

    Tom Head New Member

    My memory on this is a little fuzzy, but I think only the part of the credit that deals with chemistry -- say, 1/3 of the exam -- would be struck out as duplicate credit. The remaining credit (for physics and biology) would stand. Check with the school first, of course, but this is my recollection.


    Tom Head

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