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Newbury College is a small college with aSuper BrilliantPsychology
Newbury College is a small college with a strong sense of community. If you are the kind of student that is looking for a more personal experience in your classes (or are looking for small class sizes) Newbury is perfect for that. The average class size is about 17 students, so you really get to have a connection and relationship with your professors, rather than being treated like a number.
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3rd Year Female -- Class 2016
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Our school is aQuite BrightPsychology
Our school is a small school that enables you to make connections you would not experience at a bigger school. It is important that you do not take for granted all of the services offered here because we are a career focused institution.
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I believe that it is very important that every individual is aware of what type of community that they are lookong for. If it is a closely knit community in which the faculty and staff take the time out to get to know every student on an individual level; then I think that you may want to give Newbury College a look.
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