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Free Grad Course: Teaching Inquiry Through Science & Engineering Practices (x-post from /v/ScienceEducation)
submitted 3.7 years ago by champ2153
Testing into a degree
submitted 3.7 years ago by bugzdood
Just like how school kids could test out of school if they proved themselves beyond advanced, is there any way that someone with a considerable amount of expertise and training that hasn't been to a proper leaning facility to be able to test into a certificate from an accredited institution?
Lectures on differential equations for Feynman integrals
submitted 3.7 years ago by redorangev
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