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Psychology - aye or nay?

SummerIsComing3SummerIsComing3 Registered User Posts: 4 New Member
Hello everybody!

I'm an incoming nursing student, and was wondering whether or not I should take the Psychology CLEP test instead of the actual class, mainly for financial reasons. (I am currently registered for the class at my college, but would drop it if I think I have any chances at passing the exam.)

One of the reasons I am asking is because I have never taken Psychology before. So far I have "Essentials of Understanding Psychology" by Feldman and the REA book.

Do you think I'll be okay? Or is too risky?
So, to CLEP or not to CLEP?

Thanks!
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