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Oh my god. ItQuite BrightComputer Science
Oh my god. It took years for me to get financial aid in this school. By the time I got Financial aid, I had grown a beard, gotten a job, had 3 kids, graduated, got divorced and died.
1st Year Male -- Class 2016
Perceived Campus Safety: A+, Social Life: F
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I'm a visual arts: cinema/video major, but IQuite BrightArt & Design Department
I'm a visual arts: cinema/video major, but I studied a lot of fine arts in order to build a portfolio for transfer to art school. My experience at Bucks has been extremely positive because I knew what I wanted to learn and put more hours into assignments than was required. If you're a disciplined and hard working student, Bucks is great and the faculty are helpful. If you're not the kind of person who can make it to class and finish assignments you might be able to float through a few courses, but it will be very difficult to achieve overall success.
5th Year Female -- Class 2013
Education Quality: A+, Social Life: D
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If you are looking for anything more than
If you are looking for anything more than arts and crafts and a coloring book class do not go to Bucks because it doesn't surpass kindergarden. These have been the worst years of my life. The "students" are literally unbelievably stupid and ignorant to the extent that every comment of theirs, my mouth just hangs open in disbelief because I am so taken aghast at how dumb they are. Nearly everything they say either contradicts itself often in the same sentence if not shortly thereafter and are just completely unreal untrue facts just made off the top of their heads that were often irrelevant and impenitent regardless of the fact they were blatant lies and flagrant fallacies. To make the situation even worse is the fact revealed to me that a lot of these people are parents! My God they are raising children! I have wasted a lot of money and time and have not learned at thing. DO NOT make my mistake DO NOT go to Bucks period.
Male -- Class 2000
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