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College is a once in a lifetime experience, providing an important transition point from young adulthood to your career path.
The semester is moving by faster than you had anticipated. Soon, your term papers will be due. Also, you’re just weeks away from taking your final exams.
You’ve finally decided to take an online course, perhaps supplementing your regular on-campus courses with one that you can complete at your own pace.
Your junior year of college may be your most transformational one yet. Your basic, required courses are behind you and you’ve declared your major. You’re now taking the courses that will prepare you for your career.
Does your university hold midterm exams before or after spring break? Hopefully, that answer is “before” because once your exams are over you’re ready to let loose, at least for one week.
Are you satisfied with your academic progress? Specifically, are your grades where you want them to be? Let’s face it: students with a high grade point average (GPA) stand a better chance of landing a job or receiving grad school acceptance than those with average scores.
Because of your dismally low grade point average, you have received notification from your college advisor that you must pull up your grades or risk getting booted out of college.
Got MOOC? Massive open online courses or MOOC may be the greatest disturber to higher education that we have seen in our lifetimes.