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    Harvard Extension Math Noncredit

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    Hi there. As I understood, the cheapest option (1.5k) of Harvard Extension is non credit and you’ll get "pass" or "not pass" grade, not A,B..
    So, is the juice worth the squeeze? Or better to take credit-degree one to get a grade?

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    Re: Harvard Extension Math Noncredit

    A Pass/Fail grade is borderline useless since both a B- and A+ constitutes a pass. If you're going to spend money, might as well go for the graded option.

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    Re: Harvard Extension Math Noncredit

    You can also consider netmath

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    Re: Harvard Extension Math Noncredit

    An A would be a much stronger signal than pass for 300 odd $

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