At Learn Now, we are a leading Online Learning College where we are not here to make it difficult for you to study our online courses. Our Advisors are here to guide you through the enrolment process, enabling you to enrol on your chosen course with ease. You will also receive after care support, where you can contact us at any time if you have any queries. Take a look at our categories below where we have a huge range of courses online.
Please check out our course categories below. All of our courses are available as online courses and they are perfect for learners who are looking for a professional career or just want to study a course as a hobby.
I just wanted to write to let you know how grateful I am for your help with passing my Functional Skills Maths. It was really important to me as I wasn’t able to complete my GCSE Maths at school and it seems everywhere is asking for you to have some sort of Maths qualification these days.
I found the portal easy to get round and enjoyed the interactive assessments as it made it a bit more interesting than just reading from a book. The video tutorials also helped as I could pause them and rewind if I didn’t get it.
A special thank you also to my Tutor Mike who took the time to explain how the exam paper worked and although I had to complete three practice papers in total, I felt ready to take my exam afterwards. When I got the phone call to say I had passed, I just felt so happy that after all this time, I had actually managed to achieve this. Looking forward to signing up to Functional Skills English soon!
Functional Skills Maths Online
Online does not necessarily mean easier. An online course or paper based distance learning course will offer much more flexibility than a course at a conventional college, meaning it could work out easier for you, however you will still need to dedicate a substantial amount of your time and be fully committed to your learning. We offer online courses UK and Worldwide.
With some of your courses, you will be able to work offline, however the best advice we could give is to back up all of your work. This could be using cloud storage or a memory stick. That way if any glitches do happen where you lose your work, you will have a back up.
With an online or distance learning course, it is great to keep in your mind what it is that you want to achieve at the end of it. Consider starting with tasks that are more difficult, as this will improve the effectiveness of your study and your performance. Building a study plan may help keep you on track with your learning objectives ensuring that everything is covered. It will also help to revise regularly to keep everything fresh in your mind.
With most online courses and distance learning courses, you will have tutor support included. Whilst it can be good for you to look for answers to your queries online independently, it is great to check in with your tutor so that they can also advise you and provide you with help. Keep in mind that if you don’t ask for help when you need it, your online instructor may never know that something is wrong.
Your performance will not be as good if you are tired or getting frustrated whilst studying. Ensure you take breaks which include perhaps a walk around the block to help clear your head. Also never underestimate the effort and commitment required for any kind of course. After all what you get out of a course can be life changing.