Before coming to this school I wish I had known a lot more about the programs they offered. Being a nurse is my goal in life. I learned they offered the Associate Degree in Nursing. Since the dead line for the next term was a week away I applied. Now that I am enrolled in the school I have learned from speaking to other nuring students that I need two other test to even compete for the program and the deadline is a month away.
I mean all schools have their problems, I can't really say that I don't like the school, but the classes are to long for one. She will stay sometimes in one class for two and a half hours, that don't make any sense. I know that this is a technical college, but staying in one class for that length of time is a bit much. They should break it down into 2 classes if they have to, but I can't say that I don't like the school, because I do.
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