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(SOAR) Orientation In July QUESTION

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Replies to: (SOAR) Orientation In July QUESTION

  • WhatsupWhatsup Registered User Posts: 104 Junior Member
    Hey Flip, good luck at your orientation and your math test. I called the MAPE department just to see where it was held and she said that it's near the entrance near a bunch of tables and people in blue shirts (???????). She also told me the last 15 problems were trig and the rest is precal (isn't precal trig? Or did she mean algebra stuff).

    Anywho, I leave in a few days and I can't wait to get this orientation behind me, tell me how your test goes and good luck!
  • danielkwan88danielkwan88 Registered User Posts: 1 New Member
    I'm going on the 17th (which is btw is tommorrow), does anyone know where to sign in for SOAR?


    PS: btw is there anything i need to bring becides my sats, act, ap, ept/emt scores? Please list everything that is not scores on your post.
  • flip259flip259 Registered User Posts: 40 Junior Member
    you'll probably see a booth or something like that. you'll need college transcripts if you took a class in a community college.
  • flip259flip259 Registered User Posts: 40 Junior Member
    lol...do we bring calculators?
  • WhatsupWhatsup Registered User Posts: 104 Junior Member
    No calculators.

    Im not bringing my transcript. I already sent them mine 2 months ago and my school is closed now so I'm unable to get one anyway.

    Since the advising won't be one-on-one probably then it won't make much of a difference. I know my grades.
  • jjsoa1jjsoa1 Registered User Posts: 126 Junior Member
    SOAR was more useful then I thought, but it really wasn't worth how much I paid.
  • WhatsupWhatsup Registered User Posts: 104 Junior Member
    Hey jjsoa1, or anybody else who's gone to SOAR already--

    How do we check in? I assume we can't just walk in there since we had to pay for the orientation, and we don't have tickets. Is there a checklist?
  • flip259flip259 Registered User Posts: 40 Junior Member
    you check in where the el corral bookstore is. yay i passed the mape test..it was pretty easy, but i could've gotten a better score. it's kinda hard to remember stuff from last year..i need to work on that. lol the trigonometry was kinda hard, you had to memorize some of the formulas.
  • WhatsupWhatsup Registered User Posts: 104 Junior Member
    they grade the test that soon?

    F--k...formulas...now I'll have to memorize my trig identities........I'll be the happiest person alive Friday if I pass.

    1 hour for the time, right?
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