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Month: March 2014

Books to Read for the Social Sciences and History CLEP

Books to Read for the Social Sciences and History CLEP

Books for Your Shelf CLEP Official Study Guide 2014is by far my favorite resource I have on my shelf.  It has the breakdown and official practice test for every CLEP exam.  I highly recommend that you add this to your shelf before you take any tests.   5 out of 5 stars.  CLEP Social Sciences and History.  REA is my “go to” resource for every CLEP exam.  My shelf is covered with yellow and purple books and I just love…

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Social Sciences and History: Quick Tips and Practice Tests

Social Sciences and History: Quick Tips and Practice Tests

Checklist for Study Use this checklist to make sure you are covering some of the basics for this exam.   What are the major countries in the world and their capitals? Who was Max Weber and what did he teach? Can you read and understand a graph? What is the difference between Macro and Micro Economics? Make sure and get women’s rights in there!  (voting, work conditions, etc) Who was FDR?  What were the things he fought for? Know the…

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Meet the Test: Social Sciences and History CLEP

Meet the Test: Social Sciences and History CLEP

Social Sciences and History CLEP The Social Sciences and History CLEP is exam is one of the General Five CLEPs.  Which means that it is a very broad test, but you are also awarded 6 credit hours for this test.  Unlike the Subject Exam CLEPs, this test worth an entire semester’s worth of study.  That is the bad news and the good news.  On one hand it is a very broad exam that covers a lot of information, but on…

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A Cup of Chai Latte

A Cup of Chai Latte

I’ve been hitting my ALEKS Statistics course hard this week.  I’ve been very frustrated with the whole course, to tell the truth.  It freezes up, it removes parts of the problems, it shuts down.  I’ve switched browsers, I’ve updated this, I’ve updated that.  Nothing has really helped. But, a cup of Chai Latte can fix anything.  That, and six episodes of Adventures in Odyssey.  🙂  I love Bernard Walton and Jimmy Barclay. Thank you, Ms. Jan, for the fun birthday…

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