Kayla wonders if she needs to cite her textbook when using one of its formula in her report; responses lean toward citing just to be on the safe side. Jill is curious how long exam marks take for multiple-choice exams; lightning speed seems common. Katy asks how other students have dealt with needy pets during a ProctorU exam; pet presence seems pretty much okay unless your pet is answering the exam questions for you.
Other posts include 3-year versus 4-year degrees, writing exams with ProctorU, transfer credits, and courses ADMN 417, ENGL 255, and HRMT 326.
An interesting question posed about how to connect with other online students without using Facebook; where do you all hang out online?
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