Online classes are part of almost every student's college experience today.
As a high school student, you may have already had the opportunity to take online classes. If so, you already know where your loyalties lie – with either "Team Online" or "Team In-Person." In reality, making a choice for one or the other is a little extreme for most students. When you attend college, you may find that you blend some in-person classes with some online classes.
Here are some factors to consider when deciding whether to take an in-person or online class:
Online classes do offer a lot of flexibility for students with busy lives, and the classes can be very rewarding. However, the classes are not a shortcut or an easy way to get a degree. In fact, some students find the online classes more difficult than in-person programs.
It's important to carefully consider online vs. in-person classes to make sure your college experience is a good one.
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