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I have to retake bio this summer. I didn't realize that I got a C+ in it first year of college! am either going to do it at the local community college or at an online school. 

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3 minutes ago, angela4 said:

I have to retake bio this summer. I didn't realize that I got a C+ in it first year of college! am either going to do it at the local community college or at an online school. 

What online schools are you looking at? I have to retake a chem or physics course because of the same reason. I've been trying to find online options, and have a few through local universities, but that's it.

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3 minutes ago, mbf said:

What online schools are you looking at? I have to retake a chem or physics course because of the same reason

I took chemistry last summer at my community college. I didn't need it for my last degree so I hadn't taken it since high school! I didn't really learn anything in the course but I was able to get an A. I've taken some other courses through USU online, and I know that they offer a bio course. I think USU also offers chemistry, and possibly physics. 

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4 minutes ago, mbf said:

What online schools are you looking at? I have to retake a chem or physics course because of the same reason. I've been trying to find online options, and have a few through local universities, but that's it.

Check out California State University- San Marcos. I took Physics Sound of Speech and Hearing & it was super interesting and actually related to the field. It's part of their post bacc program but you can apply as a non-cohort option and just take the individual course. It's only 8 weeks so it's a pretty fast paced course but it was definitely "do-able"

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19 minutes ago, kayyyyy_ said:

Check out California State University- San Marcos. I took Physics Sound of Speech and Hearing & it was super interesting and actually related to the field. It's part of their post bacc program but you can apply as a non-cohort option and just take the individual course. It's only 8 weeks so it's a pretty fast paced course but it was definitely "do-able"

 

21 minutes ago, angela4 said:

I took chemistry last summer at my community college. I didn't need it for my last degree so I hadn't taken it since high school! I didn't really learn anything in the course but I was able to get an A. I've taken some other courses through USU online, and I know that they offer a bio course. I think USU also offers chemistry, and possibly physics. 

Thanks guys!

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