Distance Education means that the student and the teacher are separated geographically, often by hundreds, even a large number of miles. The classes and tests are generally conducted over the Internet, sometimes by video or audio files and through other kinds of technology. In a sense your school or class is there when you’re ready, rather than as being a ‘make it or miss it’ basis. In addition to this extended reach, Distance education offers a flexibility the traditional classroom cannot. Classes and learning can be done on the looser timetable. Due diligence and assignments are sometimes just because of be completed any time prior to the end of the term. That can be both a blessing and a curse. Distance education students are more accountable for completing their work as well as studies. This greater freedom inside your schedule means you have to have more discipline and willpower than traditional students. You’ll have to choose to take a seat and do the work that needs to be done. There aren’t any dorm roommates or a professor standing in front of you to remind you about the test approaching. You still have some hard deadlines, but meeting them is purely up to you. If where you reside, your projects schedule or other things limit you, Distance education may be the journey to success.