There are many reasons why a learner may drop out of an online course. Some learners leave because they find the course too difficult or not what they expected.
Others leave because they are unhappy with the teaching methods or have poor communication with the instructor. And some learners leave because they have personal issues that get in the way of completing the course, such as family problems, work conflicts, or health issues.
If you are a learner who has dropped out of an online course, it is important to recognize that you may have taken the right action for your own situation. Not everyone is suited to an online education, and this is not necessarily a reflection on you as a person or your intelligence.
It is important to understand that there are many other options available for earning a degree if you have decided that online learning is not for you.
How can I be successful in an Online Course?
It takes self-discipline and motivation to succeed in an online course. You will need to be able to:
Create a schedule that works for you.
Set up your own study environment.
Identify resources that will help you succeed.
Ask for help when you need it.
Take responsibility for your own learning.