Somerset County Tech is a public college located in Somerset Township, Pennsylvania. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 70 undergraduate students. The Somerset County Tech acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Licensed Practical Nurse Training (LPN), Carpentry, and Cosmetology. Somerset County Tech graduates 71% of its students.
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some professors go way too fast and expect you to be able to write like superman. Need to give you an out line for exams and especially the final considering you have crammed the entire sememeter
I liked that the classes are small and a lot of adults attend besides high school grads
a lot of coverage in the books and teachers seem to forget you have more than 1 class and homework with family and children and work to working into your grades.