How would you know if you had failed Prince2 Foundation? Well, your degree from The University of North Dakota may not be recognized as valid anywhere outside of North Dakota. Fortunately, the number of students who do not pass the foundation exam does not stop with the University of North Dakota.
Every year more people fail their foundation courses and this sad trend will continue for as long as there are foundation courses in higher education. There is simply no other explanation for this.
And that is because the foundation exam is so difficult. Yes, there are some simple and basic questions on the foundation exam but it is obvious that some students just do not have the requisite knowledge to pass the foundation exam.
The foundation course is particularly challenging because of the way that this course was originally designed. Before it was implemented, the class was intended to be a one-time class.
While many people choose to enroll in a one-time foundation course every semester or year, others like myself would like to take a course once every four years. While there may be other reasons for wanting to take a course only every four years, we are dealing with an issue that may not be as easy to solve.
When the one-time course was developed, there was only one instructor for this particular course. What would have happened if there were two instructors for the course and one was away?
There is no reason why the students who wanted to take the course every four years would be unable to enroll in the class because there would have been no new curriculum available. With more than one instructor for the course, there is a possibility that students could see a new course being offered each semester.
Many of the online training classes are very good but you might find it hard to find the same quality of instruction if there were different credits to take. But, in that case, there would be a potential for you to take the class again if there were two instructors and both of them were available.
If you think that you could take the same foundation course with two instructors once a year, why would you be unable to take it once a four-year period? It makes no sense at all to fail to take a foundation course when you could do so because you had two instructors.
The ability to take this course with two instructors will not be available to any college student until we get online universities into the picture. Until then, we must put up with the expense and inconvenience of having to take the Prince2 Foundation exam online.
The costs of having to take the class online and the inconvenience of doing so will be all worth it when you find yourself sitting through four hours lectures, reviewing the material and finally passing the foundation exam because you learned it. That is what happens when you use online higher education courses to learn new material and pass the foundation exam.