On Sunday, I was searching for a fast course I could knock out in one day, and I came across Study.com’s History 108: History of the Vietnam War. It transfers into TESU as HIS-351: A History of Vietnam War. This course turned out to be the fastest credits I’ve gotten yet.
I started the 32 quizzes at 1:08pm and finished at 1:47pm with 100%. I took a short break and took the exam from 2:08pm to 2:53pm. That’s a little under an hour and fifteen minutes to get three upper level general education elective credits. No papers or graded assignments.
Since I still have a couple weeks on this month’s membership, it only cost $70 to take the exam. After the exam I cancelled my Study.com subscription again but I still have until September 13, so I might try to squeeze in one more course.
Yesterday, I started Business Statistics with Straighterline. I finished three of seven quizzes with a 95%. I’m finding it WAY easier than the ALEKS statistics course I had tried. If I do well enough on the quizzes, I could probably answer all “C” or “A” on the final and still pass. Hopefully I will get it finished by tomorrow. I still need to write my last paper for International Management by 9/13.