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I am an MLTBrightOther
I am an MLT student at Quincy College - the classes and professors were great. Now it's time for clinicals - this school doesn't have sites, and can't hold on to a clinical site coordinator - we have been lied to about contracts with local hospitals
2nd Year Female -- Class 2016
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Don't Go to this school.Quite BrightOther
Don't Go to this school.It is overpriced, inconvenient, and they mistreat students as well as students. Save your time and money and go to Massasoit or Cape Cod CC.
1st Year Male -- Class 2019
Surrounding City: B, Useful Schoolwork: F
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I attend the Plymouth Campus of Quincy College.Quite BrightBusiness - Management and Administration
I attend the Plymouth Campus of Quincy College. Believe me, it is a world of difference. All the negative comments That I have read have not happened to myself. I have been going here for a year and a half and haven't heard about such rude and disrespectful treatment of any of the other students. I have come to know all of the professors and most people going here and it is by far the coolest group of people I have ever been associated with. For a commuter school thats really saying something!!! If you put the time in you will have academic success. The professors will bend over backwards for you. The advisors are awesome. They won't rush you. They also do financial aid. They are useful there too. They will help you dot your I's and cross your t's. Their is a tutoring lab with profeesors who teach at the school. Who knows it could be who is offering their services. And it is free. This school is your time and effort. Good luck.
1st Year Male -- Class 2016
Education Quality: A+, Social Life: D-
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