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4 out of 5
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I have been attending LTI since dec 2010 and I loved it but, I feel a little confused about what the teacher is teaching.It seems that some teachers are not certified teachers and just hand out worksheet assignments. We are taught one day and expected to take a test the next.It is crazy, alot of people cheat I know they do because it is almost impossible to get hundreds in everything when we are not being taught properly.

There is alot of butt kissing going on here also.My teacher always talks talks about her personal life more than the field itself.I was so upset when I started to figure out that we the students are on our own. It seems like a joke.We learn to just pass a quiz or test not to understand.I think my teacher doesnt really care what happens to her students.She has a moody attitude from day to day. I want to do well and get what I am paying for>>> an education!!!! I study hard and get good grades but I see alot of students struggleing and not being helped.Ireally want to pass the national exam in July.Does anyone have advise???? help???

4 out of 5
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I have read most of these reviews and I can't believe what I'm seeing. People complain about failing because of attendance, being late, ect... well yea you're going to fail. What I can't believe is reading a line from someone complaining they were failing because of attendance saying that they were late a lot... again well yea that's how it works. show up on time and you might have passed. To top it off, people who use words like "tyna fail me" should be failed. I mean really? tyna? Is that even a word?

This review by someone says the teachers get into the students drama... the students shouldn't be bringing their drama into the class room anyway so what's your point? Leave it at home.

You need to look at is as if this was your job because what you do in the class room you will most likely do on the job site. If this school is doing anything wrong its is letting just anyone in. GET A GRIP AND STOP BLAMING OTHERS FOR YOUR OWN SCREW UPS!!!!! AND YES, I WOULD RECOMEND THIS SCHOOL. My teachers are great, the school is great and my grades are great! I do the work and I put 100% into it. Try it some time.

4 out of 5
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I would recommend this school. The teachers really care about you, and help you with just about anything. As for some people who wrote reviews on the school and mentioned people who have kids and are not married, i really don't see the relevance in school and people's personal business. this is a website to write a review on the school not about the students in it.. Get a grip its 2011 and people do have kids without marriage..

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4 out of 5
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You know you could get your bachelor's through Lincoln online

4 out of 5
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I graduated from LCI 2 yrs ago I have to tell you there is alot of bullying here even as an adult. Alot of curriculum was not covered. It's pretty sad. There is alot of goofing off. I volunteered much of my time here and it actually didn't matter. I had to find my own internship without any direction. Most folks that I graduated with are not in this field. No, I would not recommend this school. I went to the school in Shelton CT

4 out of 5
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I didn't even go to this school but went in for interviews and it's so much money,you dont get a degree and you have a bunch of hidden fees. they attack you by phone everyday to come to there school and try to make even a university look bad compare to theirs. Biggest Mistake if you go here,I even have friends that went here and they ended up going to another school,but already wasted there money! do not go here!

4 out of 5
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I would recommend this college to anyone. The prices were reasonable for the education I received. They offered evening classes which fit great with my schedule. They are currently working hard to find me a position, the difficulty is that I need a second or third shift job. I went for the 2 year MA and was very pleased with how well they worked with me to help me achieve my education goals. Like any college, there are some students who make it hard to be in the same class with them, but if you just ignore those people, you can receive a really good education. One of my friends just got a job at Cincinnati Childrens Hospital (she also went to Southwestern). This school gets a big thumbs up from me!!!!

4 out of 5
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for everyone complaining why didnt you people just report them to the BBB if the school is that bad and you feel like you've wasted your money.

Everything in life is a personal choice, maybe you were just at the wrong place at the wrong time,as far as job placement any school can tell you that they will have a job waiting for you when your done but the bottom line is the company has to like you and for the most part your the one who has to put the effort in to actually get the job,no one can pick who they go to school with I really dont think it matters where you go to school at your always gonna have those folks who dont get it and who act like fools, just move on and learn from your mistakes.

despite the bad complaints about the school I'm gonna give it a shot I hope I have better luck at the Mount laurel Campus and if not I know how to complain to the right folks to help make a difference like the BBB and the Board of Nursing, there are so many proper outlets all of you could have taken to help get the school back on track but I guess comlaining is working out better.. Good luck to all of you!

4 out of 5
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I started Lincoln Tech at the Brockton campus in july 2010 i am currently in my 5th Mod and this place is a joke.So far a friend of mine has had to have her grade fixed every mod because the teachers apparently have no idea what they are doing, In most of the classes you pretty much teach yourself then when the teachers do help you out they skip chapters because "you dont need to know it for a test" What happens in the real world when that chapter that was skipped needs be known!?!?

Just today in class we watched a movie instead of reviewing for our midterm that is on Monday because our teach didn't feel well what is that?? They tell you its hands on NOT Phlebotomy is the only class that is hands on.They also fail to inform you that they DO NOT have job placement they tell you that 40% of the people on externship get jobs yet theres people coming back saing they have been out for 5 months and cant find work because you need 2 years prior experience.

The tuition is insane look up the books they use online and do it at home you'de be better off on your own.Seriously dont waste your time please!!!

4 out of 5
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It all boils down to one thing. College credits. LTI does NOT have accredited classes. I received an associates degree there a few years ago, and I got a decent job, but now I'm ready to do more with myself. NOPE! None of my credits transfer! NONE! $25,000.00 for what? NOTHING! I have to start bascially ALL over again. I guess I'll have two seperate Associates Degrees and a LOT of wasted money. I feel like a dipstick.

I was all proud when I graduated with honors at the top of my class thinking I was actually on the way to bettering myself and furthering my education. I went and applied to a school to get my Bachelor's rolling and they all but laughed in my face. Do what everyone is saying here! Go to a community college and get the credits that will actually HELP you later! Don't get duked into this sham! You owe owe it to YOURSELF! PLEASE LISTEN TO ME!!!

If you are not planning on going anywhere else, and want nothing but an associates, this is for you. If all you want is an associates in this day and age, I feel sorry for you. I've been at my job I got with My associates for 4 years now, and there is NOTHING higher without a Bachelor's. I make CRAP. Now I have to get the 2 years of my life back and start all over!

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