Interpreting Online Readiness Tool Results
How do I know if the Online Degree Program is a good fit for me?
Take the online readiness tool located at the link below to find out if the Online Degree Program is a good choice for your academic path.
How do I interpret my Results?
Score range: 42-31
You are an excellent candidate for the Online Degree Programs at Clark College! Your results demonstrate a commitment to self-guided and disciplined learning. You can manage your time and create a workspace where you will succeed in the online environment. You understand the value in prioritizing your work throughout the week so that you do not get overwhelmed. While you work through your online classes, remember that the best strategies for success in online class often come down to effective time-management skills, appropriate and skilled communication, motivation, independence, a supportive study environment, and flexibility. Clark College offers many ways to support your learning should you need assistance in your classes.
Score range: 30-22
You are a good candidate for the Online Degree Programs at Clark College! Your results indicate that you have the base of skills and knowledge necessary to be successful and are still emerging in other areas. Consider your personal strengths and weaknesses. Are you great at time-management but need help becoming more tech savvy? Do you feel confident in your written communication abilities but work late hours and study in the evenings? You may need to examine your motivation, learning style and preferences, study habits and strengths, and technological skills before beginning a fully online degree. We have multiple campus resources available to help you gain the confidence to succeed as an online learner.
Score range: 21-0
Your score indicates that this might not be the best time for you to begin your journey as a fully online student. You may face challenges and roadblocks that will prevent you from succeeding at this time. While this might not feel like an easy fit now, if you are still interested in becoming an online student, we have resources available to help you overcome potential challenges along the way. If you do not have access to consistent internet connectivity, consider using Clark’s student-centered computer labs to complete your work. Make sure you have a great study environment, free from distractions from games, media, or social distractions.