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The school schedule is extremely sporadic. If you don't have a job, then it'll work for you. But if you have a full time job or a family it is extremely difficult to make it to al the classes. Sometimes classes interfere with other classes and you can't be in two classes at once. Very disorgazined.
This school lacks communication and organization. Classes are constantly changing or staying the same for months. Students have to find things out for themselves.
Everyone supports one another and wants to help. We learn a lot from each other. There's even specific online groups we belong to for extra support/motivation.