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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What is www.qureshiuniversity.com?
Q: When can I purchase my textbooks?
What is the difference between a required and optional textbook?
Q: Are these courses free?
Q: Are these courses accredited?
Q: Do these courses earn college/university credit?
Q: Do these courses transfer to other colleges/universities?Are there prerequisites for your classes?
Q: How do I register for your classes?
Q: Must I use my Password-assigned email for class?
Q: Do we use qu-cms (the College's student management systems)?
Q: How do I log in to the course and/or the message board?
Q: Must I log in?
Q: Why does nothing happen when I click on the "Log In," "Chat," "review"?
Q: How do I use the note taking feature?
Q: How do I use the 'My Bookmarks' feature?
Q: How do I get started?
Q: How do I follow the course in the HyperTextBooks? Q: I feel lost!
Q: What textbooks do I need?
Q: How do we use eForum (the message board)?
Q: When do we chat online?
Q: Must we use the chat or message board?
Q: When are assignments due?
Q: How and when do I take my tests or exams?
Q: Is there any penalty for late work?
Q: Can I revise my work?
Q: How long do I have to revise my work?
Q: Is there any extra credit work for class?
Q: Must I do all the work for this class?
Q: How do I send my assignments to you?
Q: How do I know you are receiving my assignments?
Q: What style (or format) should I use for my assignments?
Q: How do I check my grades?
Q: How do I get my grades or transcripts when the course is completed?
Q: Do I start the course any time I wish?
Q: What should I do if I fall behind in my work?
Q: How do I access the library databases?
Q: How do I troubleshoot library access problems?
Q: Must I use the Qureshi University library?
Q: I have an incomplete from an earlier term (on the quarter calendar). Where's my old course?
Q: Why did the college move from quarters to semesters?
Q: How can I get more help?
Q: Do you teach modern English online?
Q: Where can I find ______ ?
(Is there a search facility?)
Q: Where can I find more information about Qureshi University Online?
Q: What is your mailing address?
office location? phone number?
fax number?
Q: May I use your materials? / What are your terms of use?

Q: What is www.qureshiuniversity.com?
Answer: www.qureshiuniversity is my innovative, Problem Based Learning
Inquiry Based Learning
online with expansion to onsite in case required World Wide, researched, developed and designed with high quality professional expertise world wide with application of Courses World wide.

Global English, law, Political Science, International Business, Computer Science, Mathematics, Psychology, Negotiations, Economics, International mass media, Chemistry, Physics, Project Management, Real Estate, Leadership, Engineers, Biology, Medicine, Military Science and Other Categories.

At present looking for University Servers World wide, however at present, materials are housed on the University's server, in US. Due to repeated disruptions and sabotage need based University Servers World wide.

Q: When can I purchase my textbooks?
Q: What is the difference between a required and optional textbook?

A required textbook is a book your educational institution has chosen which contains necessary readings and materials for successful completion of the course. An optional book is supplemental material chosen to assist in your studies, however is not mandatory for the course. These can include study guides and partial solutions manuals.
complete versions of the Textbooks should be printed after World wide Servers are established.

Q: At this point, Do I need to buy a textbook?
No.

Q: Are these courses free?
Answer: All courses materials open access to some extent.(with the exception of the tests).

This implicated, Academics, Admission, Examination. Academics can be accomplished prior to admission and after admission. All courses materials open access to some extent. Credit for courses requires enrollment at the University, and enrollment means paying tuition and fees.

Q: Are these courses accredited?
Answer: We have maintained best World Class Standards. Others need to get accredited with us, while they precisely show high quality Courses with,
Problem Based Learning
Inquiry Based Learning

At the same time we are well experienced world wide, presence of regional Associations, organizations, we encouraged them to get recognized and show quality world class standards, We advocate open access to the educational materials of all online courses and onsite courses both to assure the quality of online education and onsite in case required. North America, Sourth America, Middle East, Europe, Asia including, as per them North Central Association, one of the largest accrediting organization in North America. The North Central Association (NCA) is a non-profit organization, accrediting over 8,000 schools in seven categories, including college and universities at the tertiary level of education. Those 8,000 schools are spread out over 19 states and also include the Department of Defense Dependents' Schools overseas.

University maintains a continuous improvement process of planning, internal analysis, external review, implementation, and documentation that focuses on enhanced learning for all. We advocate open access to the educational materials of all online courses both to assure the quality of online education (by allowing for public and professional scrutiny of the educational materials) and to ensure that online courses maintain high standards and improve over time to meet accreditation objectives.

Q: Do these courses earn college/university credit?
Answer: Yes.

Q: Do these courses transfer to other colleges/universities?
Answer: Yes. However, remember always to check with your school's registrar or transfer counselors, head of the institution, first to ensure that these courses will transfer to your institution.

If you are thinking of transferring courses International, at this point we recommend

International credential evaluation service
World Education Services
Postal Address
Bowling Green Station
P.O. Box 5087
New York, NY 10274-5087

Due to Global impact and effect of our Courses, with
Problem Based Learning
Inquiry Based Learning
Qureshi University
we encourage other regions of world to open similar credential evaluation service, in Asia, Middle East, Latin America, Africa, Europe. After all, one world, one planet.

Q: Are there prerequisites for your classes?
Answer: Yes. Students wishing to enroll in English must take a mandatory placement test. See the pre-course testing information.
Email or mail to posted address or Email.

Q: How do I register for your classes?
Answer: Read this registration information. Moreover, you can learn how to register for classes by phone, by fax, in person, or via your computer. Registration in summer 2008.

Q: Must I use my QU Password for class?
Answer: Yes. Starting summer 2008, Qureshi University is finally providing each student with QU Password for class. Thank goodness. Moreover, for more than a decade, the University refused to consider the possibility of providing email accounts for students, due to repeated sabotage and disruption.

A University-generated email account helps to ensure that only the students themselves will see their grades, assignments, records, and such. This is great news and long overdue.

Secondly, I have another very important reason for you to use only the QU Password for class.

Q: Do we use Blackboard/Chalk (the University/College's old management systems)?
Answer: No.

Q: How do I log in to the course and/or the message board?
Answer: To log in to the courses, you simply click the link, enter your password.

Q: Must I log in?
Answer: Yes. By logging in, you can take full advantage of some of the conveniences built into the course.

Q: Why does nothing happen when I click on the "Log In," "Chat," or ____?

Answer: This problem is due to Internet Explorer (IE) 7's integrated scripted window blocker, which is separate from the popup blocker and is enabled by default. We encourage you to try as many different browsers as possible.

Moreover, Go to mozilla.com and download the most secure, technically advanced browser available (and what's more, it is free), or if you insist on remaining vulnerable and on being an easy target for hackers, trojan-pushing scammers, script-kiddies, pornographers, and cyber-criminals, then continue to use IE7 and

Go to Tools in the menu bar.
Go to Internet Options.
Go to the Security tab.
Click on Custom level....
Scroll to the bottom of the window that appears.
Look for the option labeled Allow web sites to prompt for information using scripted windows.
Choose the Enable option.
You can now perform the action you were attempting when the scripted window was blocked. This time the scripted window will appear.

Q: How do I use the note taking feature?
Answer: Taking notes is relatively simple.

Basic instructions:
To add notes to these pages, click the Add Note link near the notes headline. A dialog window will open to allow you to enter your note and displays your notes. In fact, you will see your notes on each page that you visit within any of the HyperTextBooks.

Furthermore, you can also quickly save a piece of text on a page as a note by highlighting the information you want to save and then clicking the Add Selection as Note link. You must first select some text on the page to add as a note. (Drag your mouse over some text to highlight it, and then click the Add Selection as Note link.)

To delete notes, click the Delete link that will appear next to each note that you create.

If you use Netscape 6+ or MSIE 5+ as your web browser, you can move the notes around on each page. Patrons with those browsers will see an icon ( Move notes) just above the notes box. Double click and hold the mouse button down anywhere within the notes box, and then you can drag the notes box to any position on the page.

The note taking feature, which records and displays your notes on your screen. Remember that only you can see the notes you write on these pages. Your name and notes are not shared with anyone else. At the same time know World wide nothing is hidden, everything gets monitored.

These notes are stored as "cookies" on your machine. This keeps them private. However, there are some limitations to cookies:

Q: How do I use the 'My Bookmarks' feature?
Answer: 'My Bookmarks' allows you to save your notes and links to your most important pages permanently on the server. Use your full, University-assigned email address as your user name and the PIN at the beginning of the course as your password the same PIN you use for the tests and exams.

Advantages of My Bookmarks:
If you work at multiple computers, at home, at the library, at work, etc, then My Bookmarks is a way to store valuable information that is accessible only by you across different machines. As I mentioned above, for my students, this is a way of saving information about your most important pages and your notes about each page too, permanently. This feature will contine to function after you complete the course.

Q: How do I get started?
Answer: To learn online successfully, you need to start with both the "big picture" and with the "particulars" of your online classes. To see the big picture, read all the materials, as many as you can.

Learn about the particulars courses, read the orientation materials. Ask questions.

Brief review, these we brought in this shape in 2001 after vast experience, research, development and work. However faced repeated sabotage, unfair competition.

Look too at the "What's New?" This newsletters outlines the course work for that week and gives you both a weekly agenda of readings and assignments and some advice about how to approach the materials. Thirdly, the Table of Contents outlines, organizes, and links you to all the parts of your course the general information you need, the reading assignments, the writing assignments, the labs, the practice exams, and the exams.

Q: What textbooks do I need?
Answer: None. I wrote, we wrote the texts you will use in my online courses, and print is in progress.

Q: How do we use the message board?
Answer:A message board on which you can read and post messages at any time and a chat room for real time conferencing.

Q: When are assignments due?
Answer: Due dates vary from course to course, obviously. Always consult your Course Calendar to see the schedule of assignments and their due dates.

Q: How and when do I take my tests or exams?
Answer: Tests and exams are all done online through password protected areas. The tests and exams are not done by email, nor do you have to come to campus for the tests or exams. Dates for the exams vary from course to course, obviously. Always consult the your Course Calendar.

Q: Can I revise my work?
Answer: Yes. Revision is a part of the writing process, just as drafting and editing are. Try to provide feedback to help you learn more about writing, about your approach to writing, with an opportunity to develop and to grow.

Q: How do I send my assignments to you?
Answer: You will send most assignments, labs, and exams via web click here
and confirm via email,
admin@qureshiuniversity.com

Q: How do I know you are receiving my assignments?
Answer: If you use the contact forms online, you will receive a confirmation email when your message arrives in my mailbox successfully. Retain all your communications, Postal mail, emails, submission.

Q: How do I check my grades?
Answer: Use the online grade sheet

Q: Do I start the course any time I wish?
Answer: No. Consult the University calendar for the dates that academic terms begin and end. Also, for each course, you must work steadily week-by-week to meet unit deadlines.

Q:What does your Degree/Masters/MPhil/PhD certificate look like?

Q: What should I do if I fall behind in my work?
Answer: First, don't panic. Never remain silent. Bring out your problem, Write or call (phone and office numbers are on your course's syllabus). We will work out a plan to help you get back on track. In case there is oppression, word of the mouth. pass it on.

Q: How do I access the library databases?
Answer: You need a valid Qureshi University Password.

Q: How do I troubleshoot library access problems?
Answer: If you are having trouble accessing library materials, first consult the library's FAQs. If you still need more information or help, try to communicate via other means.

I have an incomplete from an earlier term (on the quarter calendar). Where's my old course?
Answer: You can still finish the assigned incompletes.

Q: How can I get more help?
Answer: There are several resources available to you online and on campus in case around you should you wish more help with your writing projects.

For academic counseling and advising visit to the Online Links to Support Services. If you have more general academic or personal counseling needs, remember that the Counseling, Transfer, and Advising office has many services available to you at no charge.

Q: Where can I find ______ ? ( Is there a search facility?)
Answer: If ever you find yourself searching for something a word, phrase, or concept; a particular document, remember to use the Search engine for Qureshi University.

Q: Do you have any questions?