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At first you just need to walk in and you are accepted unless you have poor academic standing then they will put you on probation. The admission works hard to get your business. I was excited about chiropractic until I took courses here. Initially the classes are a joke in most cases when comparing to universities and even community colleges. There are a few good teachers in undergraduate and graduate level for your doctor is great. The B.S. degree will not prepare you for higher learning on any level and the includes there DC program. The board pass rates are getting lower. Also get used to powerpoints and long classes at night for you B.S. people. The program does not prepare you for anything but matriculating into a real program. Alumni have told me leave asap and if I have the choice then spend most of your time outside of school learning. Then students in the D.C. program complain allot and on top that they leave. In my case I can't just get up go so please be aware that this is only to get through your B.S. program faster. You will not get an education worth your money. If you are planning to learn or utilize your degree after graduating then save you money. Also regardless of being an LA resident make sure you take classes across the street at LACC, so you can save money. In regard to D.C. just be aware that the program is possible but if you do 10 tri don't expect a life. This is a year round program and make sure you practice techniques day 1. They are only preparing you to pass the board exams and that is it. Grades are grades and don't expect anything else.
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