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How to test out of Physics?

garfieldlikergarfieldliker Registered User Posts: 1,992 Senior Member
For some reason, despite getting 5's on Physics C, I still have to take 8A/B for my MCB major. Is it possible to take a final and get credit for it?
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Replies to: How to test out of Physics?

  • AstrophelAstrophel Registered User Posts: 50 Junior Member
    Yep, it's called Credit by Examination. Talk to one of the professors who teaches the class and demonstrate that you know the material, and you can test out, as long as you don't have to take the class for a letter grade (it's P/NP only).
  • garfieldlikergarfieldliker Registered User Posts: 1,992 Senior Member
    Don't I have to take Physics for a letter grade?
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