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Full Sail University

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THIS IS THE WORST SCHOOL EVER!!!! if you're looking to go to a school and get a respected degree do not go here I repeat do not go here this school is the horrible. none of your credits transfer not one trying to leave full sail and go to a different school is so difficult because full sail does not want to help!! I am telling you from experience I attended this school for an entire year and it really was the worst year of my life you have class all hours of the days and night you can't miss class or you fail. The teachers will say you wasn't in the class even if you was there I am telling you do your research of this school.
Male -- Class 2000
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If I had only trusted the bad reviews I read that I just shook off. Wow, a $30,000 mistake and nothing will transfer. Please listen to this review and pass this school up. Go anywhere else and you won't regret it.
2nd Year Male -- Class 2016
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I think that because Full Sail is stillQuite BrightFine Arts - Painting/Sculpture/Photography/etc
I think that because Full Sail is still a young school, they don't really have it together yet. They just built dormitories. They are located in Florida, there are no campus dormitories but they don't have a shuttle service for students to get to and from school when it rains. I live half a mile away from the school in an apartment and because I can't afford a car I have to walk. I don't mind walking but when it rains, the heavy Florida rain, my umbrella is useless and I have to go to class soaked. I've ruined quite a few pairs of shoes because of the monsoons that pop up.

The school also encourages networking but they don't have any facilities in place to make it happen. There is no cooperative learning. If we want to have a finished project, then we have to pay for it and do it ourselves.

You will also have to deal with people that you just don't like. There will be people that you know shouldn't be there but you have to suck it up and power through. You will also have to deal with people talking to you about opportunities to work with them or for them so if you are not a people person, I suggest in investing in headphones.Full Sail has it's problems and I feel that they'll get solved with time but it is a good school and you will learn a lot.

2nd Year Female -- Class 2014
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