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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.10 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.14 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.14 responses
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Casa Loma College - Van Nuys Reviews
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What is great about this school is it allows me to get my associates in ultrasound. I do not have to do 2 years of prerequisites and still be put on a waiting list that can take up to 5 years or maybe more depending on how competitive the program is. Since I have a bachelors already, I can take the national exam after I graduate and become certified without having to work a full year in that field and then I can take the national exam for accreditation. The school over all is affordable due to the loans I received but I was not able to get any free grants and I am currently under temporary work but due to my last year which focuses on getting ready for my 6 month externship, working part time is impossible and therefor money will be tight.
The professors at my school are extremely knowledgeable and love what they do. Out of about ten teachers, 8 of them are great at what they do. We have test and quizzes almost everyday and the lessons are really hard to understand. This is the reason that the teachers take time out their lives and stay after school for hours to make sure you understand. When i registered it was easy and simple, but just be sure to clarify everything with financial aid because during the middle of your term they will throw another bill in your face. I suppose it was in the fine print. We have a wonderful library and quiet study pace, multiple computers and lots of space.
I have learned all sorts of diseases about how the body works. I have a strict 2 days lab and 2 days of lecture for each semester. There is no homework, besides studying, but there are quizzes weekly and tests quite often that can prove challenging with a busy schedule. After the school work is done I will be attending clinicals set up by the school to experience real life work.