Does Allen have recorded lectures?
Ans. No, ALLEN does not provide Demo Classes. Though few sample videos are available on our website. Q4 Is there any Difference between Nurture and E-Nurture Courses?…About Admission.
|Lecture Hours||650+ hours of recorded lectures||450+ hours of recorded lectures|
How do you get Allen plus reward points?
By participating in Petal Rewards™, you will be able to earn reward points for each and every purchase you make with us. For every dollar that you spend, you will receive a single reward point.
Does Allen give 90 percent scholarship?
Based on ALLENSharp result merit, selective students will be offered UPTO 90\% scholarship for ALLEN Classroom Courses for upcoming Academic session, subject to ALLEN Management’s decision. All scholarships offered will be declared with the ALLENSharp result itself.
How can I get information about Allen courses and other information?
You can enquire about ALLEN courses and other information either by calling on our helpline numbers; 0744-2757575, or you can also visit ALLEN Office (Sankalp, Samanvaya, Sangyan, Satyarth-2 & Saakar) at our office timings between 7am-9pm. You can also visit ALLEN Information Centers for Course related information. 3.
What are some reasons for missing classes?
And likely many more than one. There are many reasons for missing classes, ranging from illness, emergencies, and bereavement, to hangovers and a desire to sleep in. Why you missed class matters.
What happens if you fail a class at the University?
Therefore, if you fail, you could lose the scholarship, or even worse, have to pay back any money that has already been issued. At the University of the People, that is tuition-free in the first place, failing a class won’t have such detrimental financial consequences.
What happens if you fail a class without a letter grade?
If you’ve selected to take a course “pass/fail” or “pass/no pass”, rather than receiving a letter grade, then failing won’t be counted into your GPA. However, you will have to retake the class. In most cases, if it’s a course required for your major, you won’t be able to take it “pass/no pass” in the first place. 2. Retakes