College Junior 2013-11-12T18:10:25Z
Online courses is really simple just take your course on the school website then if their's an exam you can go to the professor and they give you the test you really have no relationship with the professor but they are happy to help you.
Recent Alumnus 2013-08-02T02:15:18Z
I have not taken any online courses at Gav. But I have been told by students they are a blessing and they are worse than the in-class classes. Sounds like it depends on the student, subject and teacher.
Recent Alumnus 2013-05-30T04:48:18Z
At first, I was hesitant to take an online class. However, I soon fell into the rhythm of the class. The main skill I used during this class was time-management. It is difficult to force yourself to stay on tasks when you don't have regular meetings. I was worried that I was not doing as well as other students, but I was able to communicate with fellow students through the online class and we discussed the curriculum together. Ultimately, I completed the class with the highest grade and had a great experience.
College Senior 2012-11-19T04:58:42Z
Taking online courses are very helpful because will keep you in contact with the technology, sending homework, taking quizes online, forums, etc. keep you aware of we as student need to know more about computers.
Recent Alumnus 2012-07-11T17:44:53Z
Cut Out Destractions – When I took my course online for the first time I thought it would be easy. I thought i could do my assignments at my pace, but like all the free time a person could have it didnt help. I had to cut out all the destractions I would have once I started an assignment. I just needed to discipline myself.
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