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Discussion in 'Further Education' started by kevinluther, Sep 6, 2008.

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  2. I did my Master of Science in statistics via online. The most difficult situation I cam across was that of technical glitches. I mean, I would recalculate and review the whole question if something un-toward happens. This was the most demoralizing aspect….i still remember, when I painstakingly completed my hypothesis question and just by the time I decided to show it to my teacher, internet gets out of order for a while and question could not pass through. ….so the questions that I had in mind to ask and therefore the counter arguments that I had to present to my teacher lost to my mind and I simply could not get my question evaluated correctly and therefore could not know where I stood in terms of the knowledge of subject matter..…. http://www.askforeducation.com

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