Course Change Form

Course change progress might be problematic for everyone, but if you are using, it is not complicated at all. When students want to change their course, all they need to do is to fill out the course change form that you can share with them online. Click the “Use Template” button below and enjoy creating your course change form in seconds!

Course Change Form


How to create a course change form

After using a school registration form template, you will have your form built. Later, you can choose features like background theme, font, colours, etc. Then, you can add your questions as you wish (such as name and number of the student, semester, email, etc.) or you can delete them later if you’d like to. Start creating your course change form with for free.

If you like to show a price estimate when people submit their answers, you can easily do so on Thanks to’s calculator feature, you can assign a value or a score to each option and show the total result at the end. 

Displaying an automatically calculated estimate is a helpful tool as it provides potential customers with an idea of the cost based on their answers. If they are satisfied with the estimated price, they can contact you to obtain an exact quote and request your services.

You have a variety of options for sharing your forms on For example, you can simply use the form URL and paste it on your Instagram bio, website, or anywhere else. Or you can create a QR code for your form and use it both digitally and physically. And lastly, you can easily embed your form on a web page. Read our guides on sharing options to learn more.

An estimate is an approximate price of a service or product. A given estimate is generally based on material costs, labor costs, and other details. 

On, you can easily create an online form to automatically show a price estimate upon data entry.

While quotes and estimates refer to similar matters, they have slightly different meanings:

An estimate is an educated guess for a price based on work details, such as required labor, duration, and materials. On the other hand, a quote refers to an exact price for a service or product. 

An estimate and an invoice have a few, yet important differences. An estimate refers to an approximate price proposal for a service given before the job gets started. In contrast, an invoice is a bill for clients to pay once the job is started or finished.