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Miami, FL, United States, 2007/02/05 - eLearning Yellow Pages now offers a self-assessment for those thinking of learning on-line to find out if it is the right choice. By answering 20 simple questions e-learning Yellow Pages can tell prospective students if online learning is for them.
With all the conveniences of on-line learning many sometimes wonder if it is the right way to earn a degree or diploma.
eLearningYellowPages.com now offers a self-assessment for those thinking of learning on-line to find out if distance learning is the right choice. By answering 20 simple questions eLearningYellowPages.com helps prospective distance learning students if on-line learning will be the beneficial method of delivery.
The online assessment simply asks questions based on the current behaviors and interests of the prospective student. The assessment results will also offer some other tips based on the user's answers - for example if time management skills or computer skills should be improved or addressed, and it provides resources to also better those skills.
Adults interested in continuing education, but who have family or career responsibilitiies often find e-learning to be most convenient and manageable. Today, adults can earn a degree, an advanced degree, or a high school diploma online, and be on their way to higher earnings. Other coursework is also available in the form of certificate programs that can also help to advance the recipient's career, or help them to start a new career.
The ability to work at their own pace, anytime and anywhere they have an Internet connection is hard to resist. But, it may not be right for everyone. That is why it is important for these prospective students to think about their learning style, computer abilities, time management skills, and outside responsibilites before jumping into a program.
Taking a self-assessment through eLearningYellowPages,com only takes a moment of time, and in the long run it will lead students in the right direction based on their preferred learning styles.