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Is online learning classes is better than regular classes?
I want only know that is online learning classes are boring than regular classes.

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Asked by greamsmithafrica Tuesday Jan 13th 2009 in Online Colleges
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No, according to me, online classes are not better than regular classes. This is because in regular classes, you can learn and solve your queries very easily with the help of teachers and classmates which is not possible in online classes.

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This is an excellent question, and one that a lot of individuals who are in search of a flexible education inquire about. This question cannot be answered with a simple yes or no, but instead is dependent on your ability to be self-motivated.

Online courses and education are not for unmotivated. It takes a lot of effort to keep on track when you do not have to attend a physical class, but there are a lot of people who are able work within an environment such as this.

Also, to answer your other question, education is education. No matter what environment you are in it will only be as "boring" as you make it. My suggestion is to take a deep look at yourself and find out what you really like, that way you can find a program that will not bore you--and cost you a small fortune.

A small suggestion, take an online test drive. Find an online course that is not very long or expensive, so you in develop a better understanding of what to expect if ever you decide to continue on with an online degree program.

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