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Month: February 2014

Governments and Quadratic Equations

Governments and Quadratic Equations

March is a month of orange and green.  Green is the color of the Catholic saint, Patrick, while orange is traditionally the color of the Protestants.  Putting aside the clover, charms, rainbows, and little green men, we’re going to focus on two tests in the month of March. Studying for the Social Science and History CLEP and working through the ALEKs College Algebra course. I plan on creating blog posts with practice test suggestions, recommended reading, my thoughts on these…

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Oh Yeah!

Oh Yeah!

Has anyone seen this movie?  I love it.  It has a few *tacky* parts that we skip, but overall the story line is so cute and sweet.  And the movie is so quotable. Like now.  “Oh yeah!” I reached 43% on my Statistics ALEKs assessment on Friday.  I gained 20% in a week!

Happy Valentines Day!!!

Happy Valentines Day!!!

To the true loves in my life… Rachel, for when you beat me terribly at soccer, for when you spin in circles and giggle, and for the long heart to heart walks down our road… I love you. Erin, for the entertaining violin and cello duets, for the times you have chased chickens in the rain with me, and for the times you have cheered me with your unending good humor… I love you. Emily, for the times you have…

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Sociology CLEP Prep

Sociology CLEP Prep

CLEP prep.  Say that five times fast!  🙂 I’m studying for three tests right now (in addition to Statistics): Ethics, Sociology, and Macroeconomics.  Here’s some helpful links I’ve been reading for the Sociology CLEP. The Wikipedia page of Sociology Famous Sociologists Notes on Difference Societies (I love this!  Short, concise, and to the point) And the “founders of Sociology” Max Weber Emile Durkheim Karl Marx Hope that helps!!!

Update on Goals for the Week

Update on Goals for the Week

So, I’m studying for four tests at the same time.  Last week I took a practice test for each subject, after letting them to push through and finish Algebra.   Anyway, here are the results. Statistics – took an assessment and scored at 23%.  Wonderful news for someone who doesn’t have a clue about statistics. Sociology – 49%.  Again, thrilled that with no studying that’s my score Ethics in America – 40%.  Not my strong point.  If it was Biblical…

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