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how are online night classes?

couchkiwicouchkiwi 1 replies2 threads New Member
Hi im a freshman going into college and I just saw this advice to not take classes after 2:00pm. I have a communications class from 5-8:10 pm and I know that considering there is a pandemic going on it is definitely going to be different from in person night classes. how has it been for those who have gone through it? I just want to prepare myself.
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  • RichInPittRichInPitt 2802 replies47 threads Senior Member
    couchkiwi wrote: »
    I just saw this advice to not take classes after 2:00pm.

    From whom, based on what?
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  • me29034me29034 2256 replies116 threads Senior Member
    That’s really strange advice. Is that perhaps particular to your specific school because of traffic or something? I never heard a warning about taking late afternoon classes. Night classes could be an issue if the campus is located in an unsafe area and walking back to your dorm or car is a an issue. Obviously if the course is online safety and traffic issues go away.
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