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Here is a list of the pros and cons of online and offline coaching to help you make a final decision.
Online vs. classroom courses
GMAT-Benefits of the Online Coaching Program
- Time – As a professional or student, the last thing you want to do after a busy day or week is getting on and off work. Use the online program to make a cup of coffee and use that time and energy to focus on your studies from the comfort of your home or, better yet, your bed.
- Flexibility – Another important advantage of online courses is flexibility. All course materials are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and you can learn to the best of your ability. You can return to any lesson at any time and replay it to review your concepts and check your understanding.
- Analysis – Online programs offer analyses that give you a direct analysis of the performance and skill gaps you need to work on. This saves you a lot of time and effort because you know exactly in which areas you need to work.
- Less expensive – Although not mandatory, online courses are generally less expensive than offline courses. However, this should not be the most important factor in choosing the right course, as the difference is minimal given the potential gain from joining a top university specializing in MBAs.
Contraindications for participation in the GMAT Online Coaching Programme –
- Infrastructure – If you plan to take an online course, you should at least have a laptop with a stable internet connection and a quiet place to study.
- You’re on your own, so to speak – The most important requirement for online courses is discipline. Since you are on your own and can choose your own pace, you are obliged to follow a strict lesson plan.
- Less interaction and communication – Because the course is online, you won’t be able to communicate much with your colleagues. Discussion and communication forums exist in some courses, but their use and effectiveness are limited.
Supervision in class:
Benefits of Offline Coaching Registration –
- Infrastructure and resources – Coaching classes are equipped with all the necessary infrastructure and resources for learning. All you have to do is attend classes on a regular basis.
- They allow you to concentrate on your studies – classes are scheduled according to a fixed schedule that teachers and students have to follow. The teachers will check you regularly.
- Interaction and networking – You are in direct contact with teachers and other students and can participate in discussions, problem-solving and group sessions. If this is your type of learning, a classroom is a better option than online coaching.
- When you’re in your twenties, procrastination is often your best friend, especially if you feel like doing crazy things. At times like this, when you have to go to class, you can move forward.
Contraindications for participation in classroom supervision –
- Time use – You will need to make regular trips to the classroom, which can take up a lot of time and energy.
- No flexibility – If you miss a course for health or other reasons, you have no chance of catching up. With e-learning you can watch videos whenever you want and as often as you want.
- Time constraints – The teacher must keep all teaching material within the allotted time, which determines the amount of theory, examples, and even the discussion you have. With online courses, you don’t have those limitations.
While both options are excellent, you should choose one based on your learning needs, accessibility, flexibility, and individuality. The quiz above should make it easier for you.
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