St. Paul's School of Nursing - Staten Island is ...
2 Teleport Drive, Corporate Commons Two, Suite 203
Staten Island, NY 10311
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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.9 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.6 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.6 responses
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St. Paul's School of Nursing - Staten Island Reviews
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I like the fact that of you fail a test you have to go for coaching. Where they try to pinpoint why you failed the test and then they give you testing strategies. I do like the school very much it is very extensive compared to the the two other schools I went to. I feel the classes coincide with each other. I can be in one class and say oh we touched this topic yesterday in another class.
I'm very disappoint with the availability of the computers in the library. Considering all the money I've paid, along with every student, there should be more computers. There have been many complaints made about having more computers, a scanner and a copy machine. We have no copy machine, so making copies is out of the question. We also have to pay for printing anything out, but that's understandable. The wireless access is not so, but it gets annoying when you have to constantly keep signing in. When your phone turns off, you automatically get signed off the wifi. Overall, they can do a lot better for the amount of money we are paying.
In St. Paul's, you don't schedule your classes, it is already done for you to make everything run smoothly. I feel they have flexible school hours, especially for parents. If you attend the day course, classes begin at nine o'clock, giving enough time for parents to drop off their kids. There is also a bus scheduled to come into the campus to drop-off and pick up students. You also get breaks between classes, and have lunch. Academic wise, it's a good system that works for most students.