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I am one Algebra credit away from being accepted into Penn State. When I graduated I didn't need it be now they won't accept me without it. I can't figure out what to do to get it. Help me!! What do I need to get that Algebra credit?

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Asked by JoleneOrmsby Wednesday Apr 14th 2010 in Standards & Testing
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Your best bet will be to contact Penn State. Many higher educational institutions, especially those of a higher caliber, will have strict guidelines on the type of credits they will accept. What you need to do is contact them ASAP, and inquire of them if they offer a prerequisite-type course that will let you to earn the credit that your need to be eligible for acceptance.

You will want to make sure they will accept the credit before you begin a course. You would not like to start a course, and later find out that you wasted the time and money because Penn State will not accept the credit.

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