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 The Benefits and Downside of Online Learning 
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The Benefits and Downside of Online Learning
by: Dave Harvey

What best fit your learning style would easily get you in with the entire course of finding an online college, getting an online college and joining in an online college. Perceiving what could be most likely to work with the student while obtaining and jiving up the course material and the test methods will help assess if their determination will lead them to finish one or two online courses or even a degree program.

The Pro’s of Online Course

Best with the online colleges is the pre demonstration offered to the student to help them familiarize and get themselves with what is all about e-learning so that they could easily select what degree would fit them and a waste in time and money could be avoided. Even better is that some online colleges offer a free attendance to a free online course to help student decide which one is better.

Would Online Learning Fit your Choice?

Once a student decided to be with e learning as their medium of education then a bulk of self motivation and self-discipline is needed in order to finish it with high grades that are worth enough for the degree.

It is an additional eye capturing to applicants resume having a high grade when up to job interviews. With online courses there would be no one telling task and there won’t be no constant reminders about deadlines of submissions that’s why students are required to manage their academic calendar, work calendar as well as their family calendar.

The Disadvantage of Online Learning

Most commonly heard when online courses is talked about is “P” or simply Procrastination. With the method used in online leaning student would just end up rushing things up because there would be no one leading them. Completing all assignments and test during the last minute would just be for the passing purposes not even for learning.

Students do wait after all requirements to be passed in order for their questions to be raised and answer. In these scenario students have the tendency to fail because they may not be able to get the right information they needed. These students who fail are tending to be poorly apprehended and may not achieve a high grade on their exam.

Students should not expect to lean all with their professors. They must be all responsible keeping up with their readings and participating in online chats and discussion to show their comprehension.


To sum it all up students must be sure enough that they can manage all the requirements in an online degree courses. They must be able to find the best method of learning so that it would be easily for them to get a degree. If they find online learning not suitable for them they should have the option of enrolling in traditional school rather than waste all time and money.

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