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  1. Monday is a class session when she lectures. She doesn’t tell them to go watch videos. She lectures live.
  2. She is amazing. She lectures on Mondays and uses Fridays as problem solving practice days. you can’t go wrong with her Calculus class.
  3. I think this is very rigorous for a 10th grader. If your DD can handle it, go with it.
  4. Try a different browser or a desktop (if you are using a phone). You should be able to register for those tests.
  5. I can’t believe she is a senior already!
  6. I will make your list smaller. If I could find one that will give mine reasonably good foundations in all essentials, I would gladly hand them over. I guess it’s the definition of “reasonably good foundations” that seems to be a mismatch between my family and whatever we find available and affordable to us. I don’t think my set of expectations is unreasonable.
  7. that’s why variety is good. Up until now PAH BC course was it. i have a kid who simply can’t thrive in courses that don’t have a live component.
  8. I want to point out that Bluetent has an amazing Calculus BC teacher and they have 2 live courses, one focused on lecturing new material and one focused on problem solving practice. I don’t know if people are aware that there are now solid alternatives for PAH Calculus BC course.
  9. they have to use something. If not a test, then GPA. No matter what they do, they will be unintended consequences.
  10. CA state system might go test optional and grades will carry more weight. I can almost see already a bad situation turning insane.
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