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5 out of 5
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Degree: Nursing Education
Graduation Year: 2015

I came to write a review for two reasons. #1; Because I am proud of who I am. I have become a Registered Nurse and this was accomplished due to the extraordinary Professors and staff at Lincoln College of Technology in West Palm Beach, FL. The RN Program was an incredible experience. #2; Because of all the negative expressions below. It is not the fault of the College, but the fault of the individual. Pointing fingers and blaming others for your own disappointments will only lead to an increase in self destruction and negative life principles. Always remember... it is "you"; who is responsible for self care, self reflection and self achievement. Know who you are, what your expectations and desires in life are and what you want to do with your life. Lastly..... I share with you my quote: " I am a strong person; I just tend to take a lot of pride in who I am, because of the importance it serves others "...... Good luck to all. A VERY PROUD LINCOLN COLLEGE GRADUATE :-)

2 out of 5
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Degree: Nursing Education
Graduation Year: 2015

LTI in Lincoln RI would be a good program if they would do away with the ATI person who tries to undermine every student and instructor in the building. Woman claims to be an RN but according to the board of nursing in the same state she doesn't even have an expired RI license so why is she pretending to be an RN in RI? Fraudulent. Not to mention she has lied to our class so many times the devil probably blushes.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Medical/Clinical Assistant
Graduation Year: 2015

My experience at Lincoln Tech was wonderful. You get to learn a lot of different things,the professors are very nice and very informative. You do a lot of hands on training which is good to learn. I went to Lincoln tech not knowing what I was getting myself into,but I must say that I am happy with the choice of going back to school to take up a trade. Also very satisfied with the school of my choice (LINCOLN TECH)! I completed my 9 month course as a Medical Assistant,went on my externship completed 180 hours. Went on my first interview which was literally a month after completing my externship,and nailed the job! I really don't think I would have been offered the job if I didn't have the experience that I now have. It's been a great 9 months learning new things and meeting new people. I would definitely recommend this school to anyone who is looking to take up a trade. It really helps you out,you have the opportunity to get trained in so many different areas. I am so happy and greatful and humble,everyone doesn't get a chance to go to school to better their lives.If you can you should,trust me you will never regret it! :-)

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2 out of 5
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Degree: Nursing Education
Graduation Year: 2016

This school is the WORST SCHOOL I HAVE EVER BEEN TO. The teachers are totally clueless they dont teach at all they throw books at you and expect you to know the material inside and out even if you have no prior knowledge of the material. The grading system is totally messed up. As an LPN student you take a course the last month of your first quarter. There is a total of 3 exams and a final all equaling 95% of your grade. Yea really fair to set students up for failure. If you fail that class and want to repeat you only get ONE REPEAT FOR THE ENTIRE YEAR and you have to drop out of school and re enroll. Nothing of that is said at orientation or anywhere else. Basically you get a phone call saying "you only get on free repeat so it should be taken into consideration if you truly want to use it on a 30 hr course because if you fail any of the bulk classes through out the rest of the yr you will have to pay for them out of pocket" real encouraging right!!!!! Bust your hump day in and day out to be thrown around like a ping pong ball in an overpriced $30,000 program to feel like crap and have no direction on where else to go because you gave so much money to the school that turned into crap!!!! Not to mention the lack of clean classrooms and bathrooms without TP and paper towels, the so called lunch room is disgustimg and never cleaned and all it contains are vending machines that steal your money constantly, real nice for students who are at school from 8a-2:45p a day. The staff are rude and refuse to help when multiple students complain. The tests do not match the work, the clinicals are awful in disgusting nursing homes where pts are treated like garbage and abused. I regret ever going to the Edison campus and I suggest ppl who are considering going do your research before you waste financial aid money to go there. I am so beyond disgusted and angry that now I have to find another program to get into. Oh and major word of advice IF YOU WANT TO BECOME AN RN YOU WILL NEED TO TAKE THE WHOLE RN PROGRAM BC NONE OF THE CLASSES YOU TAKE HERE ARE TRANSFERABLE AT ALL, TOTALLY UNRECOGNIZED. So unless you want to be an LPN as a career re-think your choice.

2 out of 5
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Degree: Nursing Education
Graduation Year: 2016

Lincoln tech in Edison WOULD be a fantastic school if they weren't so rude.. Select people in the office are 100% rude, they have attitude with students and when bothered to help a student they bring off a vibe that there annoyed. It's not comforting.. For being in a LPN program the select teachers are not what a nursing student should have as a teacher... We're not being taught how we should be. And going for help does NOT help a single bit. I feel that the school is so unorganized. And with the amount of money you pay for the LPN program it's not worth it because the education I am getting it useless, and I'm teaching myself. So for 30,000+ for this program it is not worth it.

2 out of 5
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Degree: Massage Therapy/Therapeutic Massage
Graduation Year: 2006

I graduated with a 3.86GPA and didn't receive any recommendations or any help. In fact, I was never even contacted during my attendance or afterwards, unless it involved money. I never got to take the test to become licensed because when I graduated I didn't have means of transportation and after a year they say they won't cover your test, which is funny because my financial aid paid for it. So I get to pay for a test I never get to take. All those commercials about caring that you're a single parent are false. You get enough aid to cover your schooling and then you work full time to cover all your other expenses. The classes are NOT accredited so now that I'm in college I get to take the anatomy courses all over again because my credits didn't transfer. This is probably one of the biggest mistakes I've ever made, because I went to massage school, racked up a world of debt, and I never get to become licensed because as a single parent I can't pay for a test twice, and they won't give me back the money for the test they said they'd cover with my aid. I will never recommend this institution to anyone looking to improve their career.

1 out of 5
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Degree: Automotive Engineering Technology/Technician
Graduation Year: 2008

I attend Lincoln College of Technology of Indianapolis for automotive I was all in to make someone of my self. But my youth n ignorance let me into lots of debt. I made the mistake by not looking into the school more. Their financial aid were very fast in getting me in the school. I was excited to begin! In total it was $23,000 for 1yr n 3 months. NOT WORTH IT...... I noticed they had a high amount of students coming in every month but only half would stay. They do that just to make money they don't care about u. When I started they gave me my books,uniforms,Napa basic tools n a cheap tool box. Yes they overly charged me for those things. We were required to were uniforms if not we were not allowed in class n if u wanted to stay they would sell u a shirt so u can stay. Also if u were late u would not be let in class. It was hard for me because I had a job at the time with a landscaping company worked 6am to 5pm then I would go to college 530pm to 1130pm. I thought it was going to be worth it at the end. But it wasn't. Classes were very poorly teached. Mostly read your book n do worksheets. I went in here for hands on training not book reading work that was 90% of the time. Teachers were not be very knowledgeable they would read off the book mostly. I understand its part of learning but this was suppose to be more of a hands on school like they talked so much. Then when we would have shop time the teachers would get us using all data software then they would get lost. All data was just videos of how to do anything in a car whatever brand. It would let u know what tool u would need n what to do. Yes the software is really good n helpful. But were is my teacher that is suppose to be teaching the class. I felt like I was teaching my self when I was there. I should of just googled it got some used books and saved me the money. Besides the credits are not transferable to other colleges. You would change class every month to cover a specific area of the car. If u ask me how can u master a specific area of a car in one month. U just cant there is too much to learn. It's sad to say but when I was there the only thing I looked forward for was lunch break cuz they wouldn't b***s*** me. Students were always on something n would try to start wanting to fight for anything stupid. Also if u left anything unattended things.would.go missing. Good thing I rent by myself cuz I would hear alot about roommates stealing each other things. I did really good in class while there n applied for the bmw didn't get in even though I had all A's in my classes. I think it was all lies about the program cuz no one ever got in it while I was there. So prepare to be disappointed.. I did finish the n graduate cuz it was too late for me to quit. I was still going to pay full price anyway. Im still at the landscaping company as a pesticide applicator n making good money. Please don't go here cuz it's not worth it...

1 out of 5
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Degree: Automotive Engineering Technology/Technician
Graduation Year: 2014

All the school cares about is their money! My son dropped out because he wasn't learning a damn thing. DO YOUR HOMEWORK FIRST BEFORE YOU SING UP FOR THIS SCHOOL!!! BEWARE if you don't make a big monthly payment they will return your check and keep harassing you to pay a bigger amount. This school is a joke and don't waste your money!!

5 out of 5
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Degree: Automotive Engineering Technology/Technician
Graduation Year: 2014

I attended the Indy campus. All I can tell you is that it was well worth it. Anyone that did not graduate or left was because they didn't want to learn or pay attention. Most of the guys I went with were cool and did good. the instructors are really smart and spent extra time when i needed it. I thought I knew a lot before going to Lincoln but soon found out I didn't know as much as I thought. I currently work for a dealer and lovin it. Lincoln did find me a couple of jobs to choose from. My only complaint was housing. I didn't like the way that company treated us. Lincoln did step in and helped defend me. All in all i loved it and Indy is a pretty cool town.

2 out of 5
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Degree: Automobile/Automotive Mechanics Technology/Technician
Graduation Year: 2015

I'm currently a student enrolled in the auto program at Lincoln tech union. Before I came to the school I read some reviews (good and bad) but being that the school was the only one of It's kind within an hour of where I live I decided to come here. I said to myself as long as you keep your head in the game you will still learn a lot at the school. I stayed positive for the first 5 months and now I have had enough of this place. The school is very unorganized and the majority of the students would rather play on their phone or go to the parking lot and get high. You would think this would make it better for the students who really want to learn but it doesn't. The constant interruption by students and laziness of "some" instructors makes this a very difficult learning environment. I'm doing very Well on my test and book work but that doesn't set you up to work in the field. Hands on is very minimal and in some cases non existent. When we do get shop days most of the school cars are missing pieces or can not be used. if we want hands on time, We are told at times to bring our own vehicles to do work on. I have done this before but there is only so many times you can afford to bring your own vehicle in. We buy a set of tools with the school package and then there is a tool room where the other tools needed can be checked out (if they have it). Most equipment that needs licensing updates or calibration have not had them in a year plus. we are also discouraged from doing bigger projects because if we are not finished in time the car cannot be left in the bay due to night classes needing them. I do not recommend this school to anyone who will be paying out of pocket (GI Bill, loans) or anyone with a serious interest in learning to be an automotive tech. If you need to meet some standard to continue collecting your welfare for to meet a work/school obligation for you probation or parole then this is the place for you. If you work at the school and this offended you I am not sorry, you are part of the problem. So the employes that do care and try to actually teach thank you for your time.

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