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Filipino Students Feel Exhausted with Distance Learning, According to Radio Veritas Survey

Church-run Radio Veritas conducts a survey and found out that many Filipino students feel exhausted with the distance learning method.

Earlier this week, the Veritas Truth Survey reported that 34 percent of the students feel exhausted with the online learning system. Another 30 percent of the students said that they were anxious with their online classes.

The survey also shows that 10 percent of the participants feel frustrated with the online class. While 8 percent of the students feel determined and five percent expressed happiness in the survey.

Radio Veritas Survey

Seven percent feel disappointed and 6 percent of the respondents were sad.

Veritas Truth Society head Clifford Sorita explained that most students have negative reactions to the online learning due to the massive amount of academic workload and unstable internet connectivity.

“Ang comment ng marami sa respondents, medyo dumagsa iyong dami, volume ng trabaho, when you are in school, you have at least your classmates, friends, and of course, the teachers are trained to really help you with the learning process,” Sorita said.

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Radio Veritas Survey

Sorita said that public school students are also struggling with their finances due to the additional expenses of online learning.

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