Is it for me?
• 20 points or higher – an online course is a real possibility for you.
• Between 11 and 20 points – an online course may work for you, but you may need to make a few adjustments in your schedule and study habits to succeed.
• Less than 10 points – an online course may not currently be the best alternative for you; talk to your counselor.
No matter what you scored, remember that online learning is not easy and requires good writing skills. Your professor will demand the same quality of work as they would receive from you in a face-to-face classroom. A similar number of hours will need to be committed throughout the course of a semester for an online course as to a face-to-face course. Remember that your course may include deadlines and instructions on assignments, so you will need to be organized and motivated. Online learning is convenient – you do not have to commute to campus, and you can attend class at your convenience – either early in the morning, late at night, or anytime in-between. Just remember, no matter when you decide to study, each course will bring you one step closer to reaching your goal of earning your degree. Pursuing this educational goal is a journey so take the time to enjoy each step on this path.