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I was turned down for the nursing programQuite BrightUndecided
I was turned down for the nursing program due to a D in a SOC 101 class I took 36 years ago. All of my needed classes for the program are A's. When I sent an email to the head of admissions to ask for justification on this, I got no response within 3 weeks. So I sent another email and a hard copy thru the mail, 2months and no response. If I had a science class more than 5 years old, it will not count, so 36 years just seems outside the norm. But the kind people in admissions have not seen it worth an answer. Just my experience, your's might be different. Good luck with that.
1st Year Male -- Class 2018
University Resource Use/ spending: A, Individual Value: F
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This is quite possibly the worst experience doingQuite BrightBiology
This is quite possibly the worst experience doing anything ever. Faculty has no idea what is going on. Now I'm receiving mystery drop notices on midnight on saturday when I can't get to talk to anyone about it until Monday. The teachers are all stuck-up and think they know everything, when I could teach half of these classes on merit. Half the time they'll cancel for no reason, then you miss one class, and are treated like you've never been there or haven't been earning an A the whole time. It's absolutely ridiculous. I recommend finding a REAL SCHOOL if you are serious about learning somthing.
1st Year Male -- Class 2019
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I haven't met one teacher or done oneBrightUndecided
I haven't met one teacher or done one class and this is already the worst experience I've ever had doing anything. The advisors are absolutely clueless and useless. Nobody is willing to try to accommodate you. They expect you to drive hours to go to some class, and the online classes are set up in such a way that the information is almost unpresentable. It takes forever to get a response through email, and while I wanted the convenience of not having to go through as much to learn, online learning is a mess, and no offense, but I'm not into interaction and if I cared to talk to you I'd have just came to class! (Duh) First of all, when your textbook says it was written by a PhD and they start a sentence with the word AND you know you're dealing with idiots. Second, I already know more about what half of these health classes are teaching me, and what they're teaching me is the WRONG ANSWER and I already know this because I actually live through it, unlike 99% of health care professionals or advocates. Third, when you are running a "must pass 100%" test that's OUTDATED with literally an UNANSWERABLE QUESTION because it's so outdated, it does nothing but bring frustration to the table and doesn't reinforce learning by forcing someone to answer the same question over and over again without being able to find an actual answer. That isn't learning, and apparently FLCC doesn't encourage freethought or learning anyway!
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