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Queen's University (Canada)

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If you are thinking about pursuing the distanceAveragePsychology
If you are thinking about pursuing the distance education option for psychology, I strongly urge you NOT TO.

The assignment expectations are NOT clearly articulated. The TA's act like you're an inconvenience. They grade EXTREMELY harshly (almost like they're told to keep averages below 70% so you can't transfer out).

Aside from releasing "weekly video's," the professor's involvement is a complete joke and almost non-existent. Seriously, do NOT waste your money "attending" this program. It is designed to keep you in the online campus. They only want your money and could care less. Most universities release lecture videos online for free, and even with you being a paying student, you have no access to lectures. It's a waste of time. The prof is lazy, the TAs are useless and grumpy, and give unhelpful feedback when you ask for it. The staff is incompetent and unhelpful, and the assignments are designed so you fail. There is very little instruction provided. Complete joke. BUYER BEWARE.

1st Year Female -- Class 1922
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I have only been here for 2 yearsQuite BrightKinesiology
I have only been here for 2 years and even though second year is very much a grind it has been the best time of my life. Queen's is easily one of my favourite places on Earth. The campus is beautiful, the education is high end, but most importantly, the people and culture here is exactly what I needed in my life but never knew it. It's nearly unfathomable to imagine my life without this University and the people here. Definitely you get out of this experience what you put into it. But if you go in with an open mind, good character, and the desire to become a better person, you will succeed undoubtedly and make the strongest connections of your life. I am unconditionally devoted to this school and the people here, and so are most of the students. It is rare to find an institution in which so many students are on the same page in that respect. Come to Queen's and you will not regret it. Cha Gheill <3
2nd Year Male -- Class 1920
Education Quality: A+, Scholastic Success: A
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Queen's can be a lot of fun.Bright
Queen's can be a lot of fun. The city is great and the student ghetto is "one-of-a-kind". You make your university experience what you want it to be; if you find your niche and hangout with the right people, you will really enjoy your time here. The profs can be a little condescending however I have found that the T.As are very down to earth, engaging and nice.
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Social Life: A+, Scholastic Success: C
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