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Self-Assessment Quiz

How well would Web-based courses fit your needs and lifestyle?

Pick one answer for each question and click the "Score Survey" button. You may change your answers and re-score the survey as many times as you like.

  1. My need to take this course now is




  2. Feeling that I am part of a class is
    not particularly necessary to me.
    somewhat important to me.
    very important to me.

  3. I would classify myself as someone who
    often gets things done ahead of time.
    needs reminding to get things done on time.
    put things off until the last minute.

  4. Classroom discussion is
    rarely helpful to me.
    sometimes helpful to me.
    almost always helpful to me.

  5. When an instructor hands out directions for an assignment, I prefer
    figuring out the instructions myself.
    trying to follow the directions on my own, then asking for help as needed.
    having the instructions explained to me.

  6. I need faculty comments on my assignments
    within a few weeks, so I can review what I did.
    within a few days, or I forget what I did.
    right away, or I get very frustrated.

  7. Considering my professional and personal schedule, 
    the amount of time I have to work on Web-based courses is
    more than enough for a campus class or Web-based course.
    the same as for a class on campus.
    less than for a class on campus.

  8. When I am asked to use VCRs, computers, voice mail, 
    or other technologies new to me
    I look forward to learning new skills.
    I feel apprehensive, but try it anyway.
    I put it off and try to avoid it.

  9. As a reader, I would classify myself as
    good - I usually understand the text without help.
    average - I sometimes need help to understand the text.
    slower than average.

  10. If I have to go to the campus to take exams or complete work
    I can go to campus anytime.
    I may miss some lab assignments or exam deadlines if campus labs are not open evenings and weekends.
    I will have difficulty going to the campus, even in the evenings and on weekends.