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(Politico)   What? Are you telling me that doing a rapid "learning" of college level material in high school at a sped up pace and having the students forget what they "learned" after six months is a bad thing? Somebody get my fainting couch   (politico.com) divider line 3
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2013-08-21 11:08:28 AM  
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rumpelstiltskin: I just looked at the college board description of AP Physics. What the fark is that supposed to place you out of? Physics for Poets?


CSB

I tested out of freshman level physics without ever having had a physics course before I took the test. To your point, I wondered how one could possibly fail such a test if they had even gotten through the 3rd grade.

Several of my friends failed.

Apparently several of my friends were dumbasses.
2013-08-21 09:02:12 AM  
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I just looked at the college board description of AP Physics. What the fark is that supposed to place you out of? Physics for Poets?
2013-08-21 08:33:15 AM  
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rumpelstiltskin: So what I wonder is, are all the AP classes watered down like that?


in our education system, probably

/electrical engineer
//hated proofs with a passion
 
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