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difference in their student populations. I've taught at both a]]>Feb 21, 1995 6:56:17 PMFeb 21, 1995 6:56:17 PMpetersen@lcsc.edu0Re: Doubling math classes
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I doubled up when I was a student, and thanks to the AP exam started college with the second year of]]>Feb 21, 1995 9:43:42 AMFeb 21, 1995 9:43:42 AMstein@math.uconn.edu0Re: Doubling math classes
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>............ but I would recommend that the students not double up >to get a year ahead. Even if they do, they]]>Feb 20, 1995 10:06:33 PMFeb 20, 1995 10:06:33 PMDoctorCHEK@aol.com0Re: Doubling math classes
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in my senior year of high school. When I went to college, I then]]>Feb 20, 1995 8:09:46 PMFeb 20, 1995 8:09:46 PMJSTEW@VMS.ACAD1.ALASKA.EDU0Re: Doubling math classes
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>Question: Some high schools are recommending that students that do well >in Algebra I (i.e. A students) double up]]>Feb 20, 1995 10:33:16 AMFeb 20, 1995 10:33:16 AMroitman@oberon.math.ukans.edu0Doubling math classes
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in Algebra I (i.e. A students) double up next year (i.e the sophmore]]>Feb 19, 1995 9:21:19 PMFeb 19, 1995 9:21:19 PMewall@wis.com5