Plymouth, MN
Minnesota School of Business-Plymouth

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A small school with small classes were friendships are formed with stuents and instructors.

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It is the only school that I found that had a hands on learning program in Veterinary Technology that was in an area where my company is. I work for an airline and one of our call centers is in the Minneapolis area. This school has campuses all over the area where I can take classes on my schedule. They also have online options when my work schedue does not work with school.

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If I could go back in time, I would tell myself to be more involved and out in the college community. I woud also tell myself to go to a more hands on school such as a community college. I am more of a hands on learner and I would not be as a happy in a lecture type of class as a I would be in a lab based class. I would also tell myself to not put off homework and to study instead of putting it off.


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