You can be successful in online courses if you have basic technical and academic skills, are able to study independently, and are willing to devote the same amount of time and effort that you would to any college credit course. To get a good idea of your "chances for success" as an online student, rate how well each item below describes you.
The original self-assessment test was created by Dr. Marcel Satsky Kerr - Texas Wesleyan University,
Kimberly Rynearson - Tarleton State University, and Marcus C. Kerr - Texas Wesleyan University
ToOLS: Test of Online Learning Success
Adapted for NWACC by Lucas Paxton, email@example.com
Last update: January 2013
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