Several posts reveal confusion surrounding the two-step process for booking exams: booking an invigilator (of which ProctorU is one,) and requesting the exam from AU. Channy reports a motivation dive during the final course; other students report similar experiences when the end is in sight.
Other posts include transcripts, course registration deadlines, financial aid, avoiding wordy essays, and courses ANTH 277, EDUC 301, GEOG 200, and WGST 422.
An interesting question posted about whether AU passes or fails a set percentage of students per course; the answer is no, but the conversation led to a link to AU’s course completion stats.
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