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Class sizes are small, about 40, so you get close with everyone. They don't have semesters anymore, it is in 8 modules (8 weeks long). Tests are generally every week or every other week. Yes there is a lot of info for each test but you can recall it better because it is still fresh on your mind.
We are the only major at the school so we don't see any other kinds of students. The workload is fairly heavy but if you commit and schedule you time you can do it. I really enjoy the module type classes instead of semesters. The facility is very nice and new.
We use a program called ATI and there are many many helpful resources that they provide. A lot of our assignments are on there also. The videos are especially useful.