Choosing the Right School
Wanting to further your education, but faced with too many choices? Don’t think you can find the time in your busy schedule? There are many options out there now, that are becoming more popular. Not too long ago online schooling was not looked at as an acceptable method of education by employers. Before 2006 you could not even use a Federal student loan to attend an online school. As time has now shown both types of schooling, online and traditional, provide the same quality of education. Some traditional schools even offer some of their classes online to give you some freedom with your time while still being a part of the campus. Online versus traditional schooling offer different methods of learning that may appeal to students because of the atmosphere and the convenience. While both online and traditional schools do their best to cater to the needs of all their students, there are just some things that cannot be done online. If you are a visual or audio learner either type of school will work for you. If you are a hands on type of learner you might find yourself having an easier time learning in a more traditional school setting. This is not to say that you could not utilize an online school but, you may have a harder time or find it more time consuming having to find ways to turn your lesson into a physical thing that you have an easier time with. You have to be self motivate with an online school as well, the instructor is not at your home to remind you that paper is due in two days. If you need their help you have to try to call or e-mail. For some people not having an instructor at their disposal is not an option, they need someone to be almost looking over their shoulder encouraging them to press on, for this type of student online may not be the way to go. You have to be motivated to go the extra distance and use the resource available to you to further your education. The atmosphere is also different. With an online...
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