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Jun 19 2014Chemistry
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The lack of any sort of teaching in the chemistry class is very disappointing. With 100+ slides per class, it is a mere horse-race of simple reading of slides. The class is "teach-yourself" driven. Sad, since they charge around $3500.

The idea that faculty or admin. do not care is obvious as emails and meetings with department heads fall on deaf ears.Save your money..go to a quality school. This review is from a 4.0 student, not a lazy complainer.

2nd Year Female -- Class 2017
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Campus Aesthetics: A, Education Quality: F
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Mar 12 2014Nursing
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The fort myers campus sucks. There are about a million rules they are very strict about everything. The skills lab reuses a lot of medical stuff which sucks. The clinical instructors can be really rude depending on who you get. The student life is boring and isn't much of one here. If I could go back in time I'd go to a completely different nursing school.
1st Year Female -- Class 2015
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Scholastic Success: A-, Collaboration/Competitive: F
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Mar 03 2014Perfomance Arts
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The campus is beautiful, but after only a year here, I'm ready to transfer. This was my last-second safety school that I applied to in May with a 2.8 HS GPA and a 1690 on my SATs (never took the ACTs). I consider myself a pretty intelligent person but I slacked off in high school. Still, NOVA will take anyone who gives the money. I chose it after my parents rejected my spending $40-60k a year on a better school. While this school isn't AS expensive as those others, it's not worth the price. Just most of the gen ed classes make me feel like I'm in 10th grade all over again. I've started an essay writing business because no jobs are available on campus that aren't working food service and most kids here are clueless when it comes to writing essays anyway. The food is pretty awful, and all of the places with quality/healthy food have the shortest hours. Hell, the only places open after 8pm are a bad pizza place and Starbucks. If you're hungry after midnight, you better hope you have a car or know someone who does. There are virtually no good events. They can barely meet their quota on incoming students. They pull money out of you every time they get the chance and give you virtually nothing in return. This school is a sad waste of money.
1st Year Female -- Class 2017
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Campus Aesthetics: A+, Individual Value: F
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