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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.8 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.7 responses
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Pima Medical Institute - Chula Vista Reviews
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I love the fast pace classes and the fact that they offer almost every level of expertise (i.e. Certificate, Associate's Degree, and Bachelor's Degree). The only down fall I see at Pima Medical is the fact that it is so fast pace it is easy to fall behind. This really is a school for people determined to get a proper, high-in education in the medical field.
I love that the classes are small, the teacher pays attention to you and guides you in the right direction. You are only learning subjects that are applicable to your work field. You will be doing a lot of hands on projects.
PIMA requires you to complete a 6 week internship before you graduate. This is great because it opens the door for possibly getting hired after your internship. Either way you will leave with actual work experience as opposed to other vocational/Trade schools.