I actually enrolled in one of the online programs. The program I enrolled in required a "mentoring" laboratory, where I was assigned a mentor. Long story short, I performed the technical work for the course in my lab and mailed it to the program director. In addition, I had online coursework to do as well. It must have worked, because I passed my registry with flying colors on the first try (that was when it was the computer adaptive test and the practical). The only caution that I would give regarding these online courses is that you only get out what you put in. But then, most things in life are that way!
Boardwalk for $500? In 2007? Ha!
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