dpgu800 Posted January 16, 2014 Share Posted January 16, 2014 I was wondering how people are satisfying/planning to satisfy the quant req for many of the IR schools. Originally I planned on taking courses at a CC or online CC courses, but many of them fill up really fast and a lot of them had annoying prerequisites or require you to take an assessment test. I'm not really down to go thru all the CC bureaucracy, pass all the prereqs and find out that classes are already filled up. So I was wondering if people knew any good, cheap, and acceptable/transferable alternatives to CC econ classes. I heard Straighterline is an option for Stanford applicants, but I'm not courses from which institutions will be accepted by IR schools (such as Columbia, SAIS, GWU, etc), and I don't really want to bother the admissions offices before I get an acceptance letter (if I get any that is ) Can current students, alumni, or prospective students shed a light on this issue? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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