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This might be old news

I've become a huge fan of 'learning online'. As a college graduate, with a fulltime job and a life outside of work, taking the time to actually learn anything seems like a tall tale. I've become QUITE comfortable with my current schedule, and dont have the energy to really commit to education.

I tried many different online learning tools (Cousera, Code Academy), I find Khan Academy to be a very good tool to either prep, learn, or just as refreshers. It also makes it almost like a game (keeping a sort of score with achievement, and gives you and it allows you to go at it at YOUR pace/schedule (which is probably one of the most important aspects).

The math section specifically comes with lectures. I'm looking to get into coding and economics (since I never have taken a single economics course in my life).

Depending on how you learn (I myself learn by doing), this might be up your alley.


Can you endure the Wrath Lectures of Khan? (cheesy yea, it took me awhile to realize 'khan' academy had nothing to do with star trek. That was the thing that really got me here!)

testimonials: https://www.khanacademy.org/#stories-secti…

other great online learning tools:
w3school: Online Web Tutorials
Coursera.org: Open online learning courses
Code Academy: Learn to code online