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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.

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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.
5 out of 5
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Degree: Computer Networking
Graduation Year: 2012

I attended the Lincoln College of Technology campus in Marietta, Georgia.

4 nights a week for 23 months and completed my Assoiacte Degree in Computer Network and Security in 2012.

First off ANY school you attend should be a learning experience and you get out of WHAT you put in. If you are attending any college no one should have to hold your "hand" You have to apply yourself and read and study outside of class. I found a lot of the students were lazy, they didn't want to do ANY work outside of the classroom. All but one teacher was excellent. ( and I switched teachers/classes

ALL my credits transferred for my Bachelors Degree. Just a few colleges that would accept my credits were: Strayer University Herzing College Devry Phoenix Online ITT Tech (but this is not a good school) So please read any review with "a grain of salt" the problem could be the student.

2 out of 5
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Graduation Year: 2011

I've been denied 3 or more jobs after telling potential employers where i went to school.

That school is a waste of money and a waste of time. you are better off going to everest or a real college. i only know one person i went to school with that got a job in the field because she did her externship at a small office that was just starting out.

The class started off with over 30 people and ended with 12-14 people.

I went through hell when i went there. the teachers acted more like friends, male teachers were flirting with the students, the students were allowed to do whatever they wanted, and you have to teach yourself everything because the teachers don't know how to teach. anyone can finish the program. they don't care they just want your money.

Went to that school because i was told "if you dont apply now then you wont be able to apply until next year because this is the final week" a month later i found out that was such a lie, new students come in every month! classes rotate in order from first course to last, so the first course always has new students that just came in. and they accept people without geds or hs diplomas. there were 16-17 year olds who dropped out of high school that attended there. yeah that is who i want to draw my blood!

They MAKE you draw each others blood in phlebotomy. they dont care who the weakest student is, you have to let them stick you with a needle. i let 2 people draw my blood because most of the course i couldn't due to a massive hematoma on my arm one of the students gave me by taking the needle out improperly the second she saw blood! (she lifted the needle up in the air, taking my arm with her, instead of taking it out at an angle like your supposed to.it was very painful and so was the purple bruise that was there for 3 weeks) the teacher didnt even say anything, and the entire class was scared to give blood after seeing what happend.

none of those teachers cared about anything as long as they were getting paid. im struggling to get a job in the field even though i graduated with high honors. i came in as a highschool graduate and came out with a bs certification. now im working in fast food and retail. dont even bother with this school you will regret it

2 out of 5
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Degree: Medical Billing & Coding

I signed up for their medical coding and billing course. I should have known the school was a rip off the day of orientation. They stuck me in a class with people who signed up for medical office assistant and medical assistanting. There was maybe one other in there for medical coding and billing, but for some reason I stayed there for 4 months before realizing what a waste of time it was.

What made me decide to quit was when a student and I were talking, and she told me a day I couldn't make it that the teacher told everyone if they wanted to do coding and billing this school wasn't the right place to be. If that's the case, why do they advertise it?!?!? When I called to tell them I would no longer be attending they gave me a hard time and started asking if I was leaving because I was having problems with other students. I just couldn't believe it.

Also, about 3 months in, my teacher had to teach another class because their teacher got laid off or something, so they sent us a lady who spoke "like dis" and made us do everything on our own. She didn't teach us anything and when we had a question she would get mad. I don't know about other courses they teach, but if you want to learn coding and billing DO NOT SIGN UP AT LINCOLN TECH!!! THEY DON'T EVEN TEACH THE COURSE!!!

3 out of 5
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Degree: Licensed Practical Nurse

They tried to pressure me in to taking out a thirteen thousand doller in house loan on top of my aid for the lpn program! No matter what I tried to suggest they only wanted me to get that loan and I would still pay on it for 82 months after I graduated.

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