With tuition fees rising faster than inflation and colleges facing massive budget cuts, millions of students are looking for alternatives online. Online programs allow working professionals to pursue studies while working. They’re also ideal for students pursuing multiple courses. But students often forget a few important things before signing up for a course. Some of them include:
Online courses are flexible and allow you to study at your own pace. But there are fixed deadlines that you’ll have to adhere to. To complete a typical 5-week course, you may need to spend around 10-15 hours every week completing assignments. While homework and quizzes may be weekly tasks, you may be expected to comment on discussion boards at least 4 times a week. You’d have to cut down on social life and give up travel plans during the course. Before signing up for a course, make sure you’ve worked out a timetable to manage all your commitments, academic and otherwise. And for those rare occasions where you are likely to be late, call us and ask: Can I pay someone to take my online class?
Assessing your method of studying:
Do you prefer the excitement and spontaneity of classroom teaching? Are you an introvert who prefers to discuss a topic online rather than speak about it in class? It is important that you know and understand how you study before enrolling. Online courses are ideal for self-motivated students and for those who can absorb information online.
Unlike in a conventional class, it is difficult to connect with students and instructors, if you need help. You will have to be proactive when asking for guidance from fellow students and professors. Or better still, you can call us and ask: ‘Can you 'take my online class?’ 'We’ll do it and ensure that you earn an A or B.
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