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What does it mean to be part of the class in an online environment? How is being a part of the class different as an online student than as a traditional student?
Weegy: Being an online student is more convenient for those who work and cannot attend class during the day. It is less formal and you log in to view the classwork when it it convenient for you. Also, you have open book tests. (More)
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What does it mean to be part of the class in an online environment? How is being a part of the class different as an online student than as a traditional student?
Weegy: It means much of the same as it does being part of a class in a normal classroom environment. User: What does it mean to be part of the class in an online environment? How is being a part of the class different as an online student than as a traditional student? Weegy: You lack face to face contact and intereaction with your teacher and fellow students. (More)
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what are some things we can do to get past the challenges and achieve success in school
Weegy: Study hard and focus on the material. Do not let anyone distract you. (More)
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Stick to a good schedule, setting aside time for studying and also getting plenty of sleep. Try to be well rounded and pursue interests as well so you don't get too bogged down with school work. Stay away from drugs and alcohol as they both impair your ability to learn. If you need help, never be afraid to ask for it! Seek help as soon as you feel you are starting to fall behind so it doesn't snowball.
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What are your personal and professional reasons for pursuing a college degree at any time in your life?
Weegy: To better myself. I have always loved learning new things and going to college allows gives me a chance to learn from some of the brightest and most talented people around. [ Professionally it is a no brainer people with degrees simple earn more over their life times than people who don't. ] (More)
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1.A Better Paying Job
Among the most obvious of reasons – college graduates, on average, make more than those who only completed high school. If there was a “Top One Reason to Go to College” list, this would probably be it. But we are much more comprehensive than that here.

2.Meet Your Employer’s Expectations
As the job market gets saturated with graduates, more and more open positions are asking for degrees. You practically need a degree to be a fry cook these days. Why get stuck on the short end of that curve?

3.Meet Your Mom’s Expectations
You know your mom wants you to go to college. She’ll be so proud of you! (Or your dad. Or your grandparents, aunts, cats. You will make somebody so proud!)

4.Be More Qualified For Your Field…
Lots of jobs require the kind of specialized training that only a college program can give, from vocational programs to doctorates. Whether you want to be the best doctor in the hospital or the best nurse in…well, the same hospital, a degree can help get you there.

5.…Or Branch Out into Other Fields
Just because you decided to major in “Best Doctor in the Hospital” in college, that doesn’t chain you to one profession for the rest of your life. Having a degree can open up opportunities to hundreds of related (and not-so-related) fields.

6.A More Secure Future
Statistics show that people with higher levels of education tend to have better job security, so stay ahead of the unemployment curve! (At least until you overeducate and overspecialize yourself to the point of being unhireable again.)

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What are your personal and professional reasons for pursuing a college degree at any time in your life?
Weegy: Personal and professional reasons for pursuing a college degree include professional development. It is important to be up to date on the latest skills and technology being used. [ The field you selected may require a degree in order to practice, such as medicine or law. ] (More)
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I think you need to have your own reason for entering college, or your never going to want to go.
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