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College Students On How Online Classes Are *Really* Like Under Community Quarantine

Students share their initial experiences with online classes--struggles included!
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Given the community quarantine implemented in cities in Metro Manila, class suspensions have been extended to April 12, 2020 and majority of universities have shifted their classes to online platforms.

Our generation may be well-versed when it comes to navigating the digital realm, but it's still an entirely different story to suddenly shift to virtual classes and attempt to learn new lessons outside of our classrooms. Below, students share their initial experiences--struggles included--with online classes amid the community quarantine imposed as a safety measure against the COVID-19 pandemic.

Internet connection is definitely a struggle for many.

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It's definitely a new experience and some things just aren't the same.

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There are a lot of distractions at home, TBH. #Relate

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TFW buong pamilya mo witness sa academic performance mo...

Still, it's not always bad.

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