Online Coaching v. Classroom Coaching

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Since the advent of technology, online preparation for competitive exams has become more accessible to not only aspiring students, but also to working professionals, who cannot make time to attend classroom coaching.

Thanks to the World Wide Web, anything and everything can now be learnt online from the comfort of your home.


Online: Since online coaching can be taken any time & anywhere, scheduling your study time is flexible. There is no commuting involved and you can finish your other work and take the classes whenever you are free. Online exam preparation is great for working professionals, who have family responsibilities or who are juggling multiple exams simultaneously.

Classroom: Compared to online coaching, classrooms provide less flexibility. The class hours are fixed and have to be attended at a fixed time. This becomes difficult if you’re a working professional.


Social Interaction:

Online: Online coaching provides one-on-one interaction, which helps you learn better and get 100% attention from the teacher. The absence of other students ensures that you concentrate better and have fewer distractions.

Classroom: In classrooms, where there are hundreds of students present, the chances of disturbances and distractions are high, which have an adverse effect on your learning.



Online: Online coaching lets you prepare for your exams in a calm and comfortable environment, right from the comfort of your home or office. There is no distraction, which helps you focus better. What’s more? The online Mock Tests and Study Material can be accessed with just a simple click.

Classroom: In classroom coaching the interaction cannot be one-to-one as you will be one among many students. Classrooms can be crowded, making it difficult for you to concentrate.



Online: Online coaching has no set schedule. The classes can be taken at anytime and anywhere, whenever it is convenient. Online classes can also be recorded and revisited any number of times.

Classroom: Classroom coaching has a fixed schedule. Chances of missing a class are high and unlike online classes, you cannot revisit your lectures whenever you want.



Online: The only expenses you will have to bear for online coaching are the fees for the coaching and your internet connection. There is no other cost involved. Online coaching portals also provide combo offers and packages at attractive rates.

Classroom: Classroom coaching expenses include your tuition fees, travel costs, fuel, rent and accommodation (if you’re an outstation student). Classroom coaching involves more expenses compared to online coaching.



Online: It is easier to track and analyze your study progress online. Delhi Law Academy’s online course has different lessons and topics which can be marked as ‘complete’ and can be easily revised at a later date.

Classroom: Tracking and analyzing your study progress is relatively difficult in classroom coaching. The analysis needs to be done manually and doesn’t give you accurate feedbacks like online  coaching does.

Making a decision about how you plan to study for the various competitive exams can be challenging, but it can definitely be made simpler with a little use of technology.

Online coaching is a big winner because it provides a user-friendly platform that gives more features than classroom coaching, at a time and place convenient to you

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