dazl1212 wrote: »
Does anyone know if their degrees are recognised by most employers in the UK?
NoNameNoob wrote: »
Hi guys, I failed my first OA this morning. I requested my voucher on Monday and didn't receive it until Friday. I spent Tuesday-Friday on getting ahead on my next class, c173. I then tried to backtrack last night and read but it wasn't enough. (Missed by 3 questions). Did your student mentor change in anyway after failing an OA? My 1st day for WGU was Nov 1st. I've passed 5 classes for 19 credits so far. Each time I requested to take the OA my SM was a bit apprehensive of agreeing, probably due to pace. I'm a little worried they will try manage me a bit more than before. What was your experience like?
netsechelp wrote: »
Does anyone have any advice on filing a challenge to their transcript eval? Just got mine back and am a little disappointed. WGU is not giving me credit for the A+ or N+, even though my A.A.S. had courses directly related to both of those certifications (as in, literally taught out of the academic certification guide). I'd really like to avoid having to waste time on either cert.
draught wrote: »
I'm within 4 classes of graduating but I'm so brunt out. I work overtime almost everyday.
There is no time. Hopefully my job change soon fixes that.
My real problem is I hate the classes I have to finish. Worthless to me and creating motivation has been hard.
What has anyone else done in my situation?
Mooseboost wrote: »
This question may have already been asked, but it may vary from state to state. How does your state view competency based learning in terms of full-time status? For taxes.