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1 out of 5
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Worst teaching, time wasted in classroom session.

2 out of 5
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It's a joke all about them making money. teachers sit on facebook instead of helping on labs.

1 out of 5
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Degree: Medical Assistant
Graduation Year: 2013?

This school is a waste of time and money. all they care about is money... i'm at the Allentown, Pa location as we speak. I started in March 2012. I was supposed to finish October 2012 and og on externship and graduate in December 2012 but when i was in IT105 my teacher "never got" any of my assignments that were sent online and i failed the class and had to take it over. The teachers are so rude and inconciderate, they have no remorse over us.

My MCB100 teaacher was so mean and rude, she took off points for every little thing, if our phones were on the table, if i wore a headband, if we walked in 5 seconds late from break, if we had a bag from mcdonald's, etc... last wednesday i had pain in my mouth becuase my wisdom tooth is impacted and i really felt like crap and she took off 5 points for "lack of motivation"... SERIOUSLY?! -_- oh and let me not forget the advisors, one is a CREEP and the other a FAKE, before i started she acted so concerned about me and my furture and after i started she walks right by me as if i wasn't there, i try to make eye contact but she just wobbles on by. NOTHING PROFESSIONAL ABOUT THIS SCHOOL. as the saying goes, "lead by example" right? no, they go by "DO AS I SAY, NOT AS I DO" forget that! 17 days left in this place and counting. i'm so ready to be done! i don't even know when i'm graduating!!

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1 out of 5
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Degree: Automotive Technology
Graduation Year: 2007

LTI was the biggest scam and ranks as as one of my biggest regrets in my life. I don't even know where to start but I will with the recruiting process. This process is all smoke and mirrors. I was in the Auto Mechanic program and they sell a high tech state of the art auto mechanic facility when in reality they do not even have cars for you to work on. If students didn't bring in their own cars to fix we would get 0 real mechanic experience just book work which as you can imagine is no real help without getting your hands dirty. Then the loans they provide are parasitic in nature. they are just tried to get paid through federal programs. They represent everything that is wrong with the education system. It is just a money grab for them.

10% of teachers are good and actually care. 10% just make up numbers. 80% are incompetent and completely below standards of what can be expected from a teacher. All of these guys are former mechanics (which should be a good thing in theory) but have ZERO skills yo teach or deal with young adults and are just making things worse. This has already been a long post so I will end with this. They boast of a high placement rate but out of the 8 people that I have actually kept in touch with from LTI only 1 person is working as a mechanic!!!!!!

Its not like we are crazy hood good for nothings. Most of us either went back to college or are doing something productive with our lives. This school is a SCAM SCAM SCAM. I cannot stress that enough. Avoid it like the plague and do yourself that favor.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Surgical Technician
Graduation Year: 2013

I'm a student at the fern park campus and I'm, completely shocked at what I'm reading. Everyone that attends knows the semesters are only 6 weeks long so you have to study, study, study. I study about 8 hours a day and that's no joke but you seriously have to be 100% dedicated.

The school, administration, and the staff is amazing here. They will find you a job, most people are hired right from their externships. This Lincoln tech i know for a fact the hospitals and clinics fight over the students. Sorry for everyone and other campuses cause i cant speak for them.

1 out of 5
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This isn't even a school. It's completely worthless. They are crooked in how they sign people up through the loan process. They don't tell you when getting your loans approved that it's from 5 or 6 different institutions, and when you are graduated, looking for a job and your first payment comes in after 6 months, you realize very quickly it's not just one payment.

I am making 6 separate $50 payments monthly which amounts to $300. I am trying to find out if there is any government department that can be informed of LTI's poor loan practices and low standards of education. It is a government backed school and I would hope that if the students are not graduating from this school with jobs, and instead they are going further into debt, the government may demand that they tighten their practices.

NOT GO TO THIS SCHOOL COMPLETE WASTE OF TIME AND MONEY

2 out of 5
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My daughter decide to go to lincoln tech, she was told she has to take a test before being accepted and when she finished her course she would leave there with her Ged and a cefr , would you believe a month before she was to finshed and do her exterms the goup was told the state does not accepted Lincoln tech test for the Ged.

This is false adverisment we should be able to take Lincoln tech to court putting her under all this stress. she has no money no job how is she to paid this back.

1 out of 5
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This school is terrible. I regret ever going there and wasting my money. I go to the Hamden campus and so far have had 3 teachers. This last one doesn't know what she's doing. We take notes one day and test the next. How are we supposed to retain anything? When you ask for help you get yelled at. You go to the higher hos and get a response of you don't like it leave! What the hell is that??? They are quick to take your money, but when you need their help they kick you in the butt. I would never recommend this school to anyone.

I'm stuck here because I'm almost done and if I leave I still have to oat for my student loan. Just do your research before going to a trade school. I don't know about the others but this one is a definite no. The students complain about the teachers and no one cares, half the teachers aren't even qualified to have the positions that they do!

1 out of 5
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Degree: Automotive Technology
Graduation Year: 2006

a quarter of the time in class was spent taking smoke breaks. The teachers only teached out of a hundred dollar textbook, we were there for 9 months and spent 20k. Of that they screwed up on some kind of paperwork in the main office and is still annoying me even to this day when i have both nelnet loans paid off from 6 years ago.

Overall you are better off to go on an apprenticeship than spend 20,000$ here and leave in 9 months with a worthless certificate which companies laugh at. if i could go back in time i would have bought the 100$ textbook and set fire to 20,000$ than give this school 1 penny more.

3 out of 5
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Graduation Year: 2013

We were going to send our child in Sept 2012, but after looking at how much he would need to borrow ($36K) with interest rates of 8-10%, the total amount tp pay back would be $75K over a 15 year period with payments of $415/month. Really? For a certificate and not even be certified in welding? No way we will put that burden onto our child. Please look at the WHOLE picture of student loans before making this commitment.
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