By Rachel Hurley Posted January 8, 2019 In Online Learning Readiness2019-01-082020-07-28https://united.edu/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/uts-full-color-logo.svgUnited Theological Seminaryhttps://united.edu/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/uts-full-color-logo.svg200px200px Welcome to the Online Learning Readiness Quiz. Please answer each question "True" or "False." Your score will show at the end. I have taken and succeeded in online classes before. True False I am comfortable using the internet. True False I have an email account that I check regularly. True False I am comfortable using online forums and social networking sites. True False I am capable of buying books and conducting other business over the internet. True False I can set aside time several days each week to work on my courses. True False I have consistent access to a high-speed/broadband internet connection. True False Hint I have consistent access to a computer that is reasonably up to date (PC: Windows XP or newer. Mac: OSX 10.6 or newer). True False I can open Microsoft Word documents and PDF files on my computer. True False I can watch videos on my computer. True False I can listen to audio on my computer. True False I am usually comfortable with new technology. True False In my work habits I am moderately to extremely disciplined. True False I would rate my organizational skills as strong or outstanding. True False With regard to comprehension of a given subject matter, I consider face-to-face communication to be non-essential. True False I describe my reading skills as average or better. True False I describe my writing skills as average or better. True False I describe my technology skills as average or better. True False I describe my time management skills as average or better. True False I am comfortable contacting instructors individually when I am having problems with my coursework. True False The last time I took courses in higher education (undergraduate or graduate), my grades were average or better. True False For an individual online course, I can dedicate at least 10 hours. True False Time's up Recent PostsInnovation Center WebinarsWendy J. Deichmann an episcopal candidate for The United Methodist ChurchHouses of Study Initiative contributes to rising enrollment at United Theological SeminaryWhat is the Purpose of Seminary?