Online classes...

swee7bebe

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i can't take online classes. i made the mistake of taking physics online. i ended up dropping it in 2 weeks. i don't have the discipline to study the stuff on my own. i'd probably end up on purseforum istead. :biggrin: but i think if the class isn't too hard, it shouldn't be too bad to take it online.
 

nawth21

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I've taken a few online courses, they were ok. Pretty easy to begin with and would have been boring as all get out as a class. Funniest one I took was "Understanding and Using the Internet" :lol:

Independent studies can be a little harder as there are usually no timelines/due dates so its easy to procrastinate.
 

mocean

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Jan 14, 2006
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^hahaha

i took history of rock n' roll online for fun last summer. such a hard class, but i liked the freedom that it allowed me. in fact i am going to be taking 4 this coming summer (if i can get into them that is)
 
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I have taken **TONS** of online courses. While in high school my high school offered a program to some students to take college courses and gain college and high school credit for them. I took two psychology classes online while in high school.

My first year of college at my University I took Sociology online.

My second year of college I actually decided to work full time and the college I was at during that time span offered an Associate Degree online, so I completed the last 30 credits of that degree online.

I cannot rave enough about the online courses and I wish I could take all my Bachelor's courses online, (however that is not an option at my school!)
 

LuciaCo

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Well... giving up sometimes is not for lack of discipline but for lack of interest, I was not very given to take online courses, but little by little I got used to take courses in this way and now I find it somewhat enjoyable; it's all a matter of habit and adaptation and muuucho interest to learn also that is the determining factor.
 
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