Course Related Questions I am newly enrolled in the program, is there any onboarding video that can help know my way around the classroom? Yes, please watch this tutorial video that will give you a quick tour in your classroom. How many hours a week should I expect to spend on my coursework, in order to succeed in this program? Between instructional content, quizzes, projects, and other course-related activity, we estimate that investing from 10 to 12 hours/week of self-study. If I am having a problem with my projects, what can I do? You can post your questions on Knowledge and Student Hub, where an expert Udacity mentor will help and assist you. You can access both Knowledge and Student Hub from your classroom's homepage. How do Project Reviews work? Every time you submit a project, you will receive in-depth, personalized feedback on your project submission from one of our expert project reviewers. They will not only tell you what you got right and wrong, but they will also provide guidance on what you should try next, and give suggestions on how you can go even further with your project. What will happen if I missed my project deadline? We advise you to stick to the deadlines communicated by NTL team as missing a deadline might put you at risk of losing your scholarship. What should I do if I want to request an extension due to an emergency? Kindly note that your scholarship enrollment is managed by the NTL team. So, if you would like to request a deadline extension please reach out to them on their email firstname.lastname@example.org. What is the Revoking process? NTL team will be monitoring students' progress. Learners should achieve enough progress in their program according to the schedules communicated by NTL team through e-mail so they don't lose their scholarship seats.