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Ivy Tech Community College - Northwest Reviews
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I have taken courses that have shown me how to study and take notes, and also finding ways to learn out side of the classroom. The teachers are beyond helpful and on top of that there is tutoring and study groups!
My math teacher style of teaching really is better for me and the homework is manageable are has a different approach because it's technology based. This school is unique because, It's actually better teaching in a way that is more understandable though the curriculum is the same as a University college. It's my first year at this school but so far I would attend this school again.
I took an online course over the summer which was a mistake. It was an 8 week course i,stead of 16 which made a little faster pace and I thought it would be nice to be home and divide my time during the nice summer but it turned out I received a low grade and decided to take it over again in the spring semester in which I did better. The class itself was fine as well as the workload, the professor was easy to get ahold of if there were any issues but I wouldn't recommend an online course unless you an truly balance everything out.