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I became a student at Northeastern Technical College when I was 16. I began taking classes online because the school offered ...
I became a student at Northeastern Technical College when I was 16. I began taking classes online because the school offered dual enrollment. I hated the classes at first because nobody helped me, I had to learn how to use the program on my own. Once I got the hang of using it, it was very easy. I did all my work and completed the discussion boards on time. After my first semester, I signed up for summer classes, they were easy also. My classes lasted for a little over a month. I went back to the school to sign up for fall classes. The staff at Northeastern are very nice and they try to help you as much as they can. They care about every student and make sure everything is good, from paying for the class, to making sure all the grades are great. The classes are much cheaper from what you would pay for at a regular 4-year college. The fact that they offer dual enrollment is something every high school student should look into; it will help you in the long run if you decided to transfer to a college. I think taking online classes are a great offer if you don’t have time to go to the actual school, but if you do have the time, I think that taking in classroom classes would be better because you have someone there to help you. If not the teacher, then the staff would be happy to assist you. I love Northeastern, this was the best decision I made for my high school career.
As a current & first year student at Northeastern Technical College, I’m impressed! Students are very involved in the college...
As a current & first year student at Northeastern Technical College, I’m impressed! Students are very involved in the college community. Recently, there was an Eclipse party. If you’re wanting to transfer to a four year university NETC will do all they can to make it a easy transfer. Teachers are also very involved with students.
My school needs more career choices added.
My school needs more career choices added.
David College is going to have ups and downs. Stay focused on your dreams. Keep in mind HOPE will not pay much of your tution. Hang in working long hours to buy gas that is overpriced. oh, and remember driving all those miles, you will need a new set of tires.
I wished I had known what little finacial aid I would receive.
My classmates from Northeastern Technical College are easy to work with and learn to understand one another's strengths and w...
My classmates from Northeastern Technical College are easy to work with and learn to understand one another's strengths and weaknesses very quickly, creating a learning environment that is diversified but accomodating to each individual.
If I were allowed to speak with myself as a high school senior, I would encourage myself to be patient with studying for major exams and devoting as much time as possible to research and creativity. One thing that college has taught me about education is the importance of individuality. By worrking to earn high grades while maintaining character, I often receive praise from instructors in college. As a high school senior, I was interested in earning grades which satisfied my expectations for myself. Now I understand that great benefits are reaped by devoting extra time to exams and papers which not only sharpen the skills which colleges require but also advance an individual's worldview. I have also learned that it is never too early to develop a college mindset. Communicating with as many schools as possible and building time management skills are two elements which I regret not perfecting as a high school senior. In hindsight, I have learned that retaining as much information as possible and always taking advantage of every academic opportunity are the keys to college success.
Anyone interested in learning and advancing himself/herself in life, whether in preparation to attend a university or simply earning a certificate/degree which will enable basic employment, should apply to Northeastern Technical College; all financial situations are supported, and developing personality while gaining an education is a focus.
My classmates are responsible young adults as well as older adults who do very well in class by assisting me and other studen...
My classmates are responsible young adults as well as older adults who do very well in class by assisting me and other students with our work.
Assuming what I know now about college life and making the transition, if I could go back in time and talk to myself as a high school senior, I would tell my self to start saving money for college. I would also tell myself to apply for lots of scholarships as well as grants. I woudld tell myself to make sure I learn all I can learn because the exact things I think aren't important in high school are important in college. I would say make sure I study as much as I can. I would even tell myself to make sure I am prepared for the unexpected as well as the expected. Last but not least I would say whatever you decide to do dont give up because when one door closes another one is sure to open as long as you have faith.
The worst thing about our school is the fact the fact that we dont have a cafeteria. Therefore the students that have to stay all day cant eat nothing but what they have in the snack machine which isn't much. I mean you would spend almost $5 a day to stay full especially for the ones that dont drive to school themselves which isn't fair.
Northeastern Technical College is a wonderful school and it has teachers that are willing to take time and help and assist y...
Northeastern Technical College is a wonderful school and it has teachers that are willing to take time and help and assist you in making a good career choice as well as maintaining good grades while you are there.
I would tell myself two things. The first thing I would tell my self is to prepare for college. This means filling out more than one college application, applying for different scholarships and fafsa, as well as going on college tours. The last thing I would tell myself thing would be to learn as much about the colleges that interest me rather than just applyin to a college and then get accepted and then up and go and when you get there you realize that this isnt what you expected. In other words, make sure you know what you are getting yourself into. This is my advice to myself.
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