From their blog: Five Courses Receive College Credit Recommendations

The five courses approved for college credit recommendation include four undergraduate credit courses:

Pre-Calculus from the University of California, Irvine
Introduction to Genetics and Evolution from Duke University
Bioelectricity: A Quantitative Approach from Duke University
Calculus: Single Variable from the University of Pennsylvania

And one course approved for developmental math vocational credit recommendation:

Algebra from the University of California, Irvine

Over the next months we will work to receive ACE CREDIT recommendations for additional courses.

You can earn an ACE CREDIT college credit recommendation by signing up for an eligible course in the Signature Track and then taking an online proctored Credit Exam at the end of the course.

It will be interesting to see how the proctored exam materials compare to the current evaluation materials. Bioelectricity had a two part evaluation (qualitative and quantitative). It seemed quite easy to get a certificate, but getting a decent score on the quantitative part was challenging (and would have been even more so in a single attempt time limited format).

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