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Six Questions to Ask When Choosing Online Chinese Classes

Online Chinese Classes is a better choice with great convenience and flexibility when you are not able to study Mandarin in China or when you just want to improve your Chinese proficiency as a hobby or even for a career. However, with so many online classes available for choice, it is still a big challenge for most of the people to decide which one to choose from and be sure that they have made the wise decision.

Therefore, I have listed the following six questions out for your reference, to help you better evaluate if the online class is suitable for you.

1. Are this language school and its teaching team qualified enough?

The priority thing that you have to take into consideration is Who Will Be My Teacher? Qualified Chinese language school and teaching team is fundamental insurance to the quality of a course. Studying with experienced and legally certificated professionals can significantly ease your tension during a journey of learning Chinese.

Teachers for online Chinese classes from Keats School are professionally trained and have years of teaching experience. They are committed to providing Mandarin learners the high-standard online Chinese lessons in China. The Keats team has already earned a famous reputation across the world and attracted thousands of international students enrolling in its online course.

At Keats School, teachers adopt various teaching techniques into the course delivering to provide students with the best learning experience and help them make progress in the shortest possible time.

2. If the setting of online classes matches up with your targets and demands

To determine whether an online course is suitable for you, you ought to look carefully through the setting of those Online Chinese classes on your list for choices.

If you aim to learn Chinese Mandarin as a hobby, try to find the course that delivered with various cultural elements and content to catch your eyes every time you attend it.

If you’re working with Chinese clients and focus on being fluent in business circumstance, then the class that arranged with business terms and protocols content would be your best choice.

If you’re preparing for HSK test or preparing a Chinese speech and looking for specific instructions, then it could be better to join the online class that you can achieve professional guidance on these points.

No matter what you need in the aspect of Chinese learning, the content of the online course provided by Keats School can be designed based on your needs.

3. Is it with great flexibility and convenience?

The greatest attraction of Online Chinese class is its flexibility and convenience features. Having a conversation with the customer service advisor to make sure that you can start your Online Chinese course at any time and in anywhere you want to. Furthermore, the course schedule is supposed to be flexible enough to accommodate your daily routine. If the course requires for minimum participation every week or month and you cannot do that, then these classes should be skipped out.  

If you choose to study with Keats, you can customize your learning content and arranging your learning hours as whatever you wish, which would make your learning more efficient.

4. Is it a One-on-one class or a group class?

There are different sizes of classes even you’re dealing with an online course. If you want to have more group interactions, meet with more people and enjoy a more lively air on the class, then go with the option of a group class. If you prefer having more intensive individual communication with your teacher and focus more on your language skills learning, then a One-on-one class would be ideal for you.

Both these two options are available choices at Keats School. What’s more, you could enjoy free online videos classes for learning Chinese once you sign in the online class at Keats. These free classes are graded from beginner to advanced, with topics ranging from pinyin to practical topics, and will significantly accelerate your Chinese learning.  

Check out more details about Chinese Online Classes at Keats School.

5. Is a free trial available?

After a comprehensive comparison, it’s still not the time to make your final call. Make sure you can have a free trial before getting enrolling in. You would experience and find out answers about all your concerns most directly.    

All language programs provided by Keats School are open for a free trial. Keats has firm confidence that all students will be satisfied with their learning experience here.

6. How about the support after class?

Customer service support is vital for Online Chinese classes. Preparations before starting your course and follow-ups after course attending can have a significant impact on your learning experience too. Think about that you have no clue what to prepare for your first class or you have no idea whom you should turn to when there is an issue, or who is responsible for taking care of your complains and concerns.

You will not be bothered if you choose Keats School to have Online Chinese study. Keats School dedicates to providing thoughtful support service for each student. The research group will assess teachers’ preparation plan for each lesson to make sure your course is of good quality. Your teaching supervisor will send you electronic feedback for improvement after attending five Online Chinese sessions, to track your learning results and ask for teaching methodology.

All these time spent on asking these six questions for choosing online Chinese classes will be worth of it.

Getting more Chinese learning tips to help your study after online class from Keats School’s social media platforms below:

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