Online Bachelor DegreeWritten by Amba Dubois
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2. Where do I want to learn? Historically, deciding where you wanted to learn was of importance because that meant you would have to go there and live: at least during time you undertook course. In most cases this would mean having to leave family and childhood friends, or choosing to study in area you grew up in. One of benefit of an online degree program is that this no longer becomes an important factor. As it goes without staying that by studying an online bachelor degree, you can be physically located anywhere whilst studying somewhere else! Researching institution you want to study at, and courses they provide, therefore becomes very important. 3. Am I disciplined enough? This last question is probably going to be one of most important you'll need to honestly ask yourself. You see, with on-campus education you have teachers to chase you if you are falling behind schedule. However, with an online bachelor degree program, your study period and method is much more in your own-hands. Thus, finding time to study, and being disciplined enough to sit-down and study during this period, is vital if you want to succeed. Otherwise, learning in more traditional methods may be more beneficial to you.
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New SAT Math Prep Site Focuses on MasteryWritten by Ron Scott
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As individual student works through XLMath, site’s server not only keeps track of scores and percent of problems answered correctly, it keeps track of time spent solving each problem so each student can concentrate on those concepts posing greatest difficulty. Once students have identified and overcome conceptual problem areas, they can put their skills to test in real time, taking a number of simulated 25 minute, 20-question exams that simulate testing time constraints.
The company offers three affordable programs. The cram course, designed for students who are looking for an interactive tool they can use to reinforce what they already know, costs $29.95 and lasts for 30 days. The mathematically challenged can take advantage of two extended programs at slightly higher cost. An additional $10 extends “drill and kill” program to three months; All-Star program for $49.95 provides user access for nine months.
Parents interested in enrolling their children in company’s program are encouraged to visit XLMath’s web site to give it a test drive. Those interested in making direct inquiries can email XLMath’s administration team using hyperlink found in right hand column or call (310) 500-2234.
The author, Ron Scott, is a seasoned internet publicist who provides affordable public relationsservices to local, regional, national and international businesses.