Man it's been a long time since I've posted here. I was in the 30s when I last posted. I am actually switching majors at the end of this term from Bachelor of Science, IT - Security Emphasis to Bachelor of Science, Cybersecurity and Information Assurance. This switch is actually going to set me back some credits (so if you see me go from 80 down to 50 or 60 in later posts, that is why), because some of the classes aren't directly transferable to the new major. I'm making the switch because I do better and work faster on classes where I have experience in them, so I'm hedging my bets that because it has less non-security classes that I will finish them faster. I'm my own marker so we'll see how that goes.
On to the topic of the post though. I just passed my Probabilities and Statistics class!! It's the first class that I've ever scored in the "not passing" range when taking the pre-assessment. Some people like to use pre-assessments to find out where they are before looking into the course and that's totally fine and those who study that way probably have lots of pre-assessments in the "not passing"
long story short, I passed, it was probably the hardest test I've take so far, but it's done, over and yes it's transferable :)