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3.8
based on 38 reviews
  • Jacklyn from Tulsa, OK

    I was told that I shouldn't worry about college - that it'll be easy. That isn't necessarily true for TU. I'm not saying that TU is impossible to get through academically, but you have to really set your mind on the school work. I do all of the… more read full review

    I was told that I shouldn't worry about college - that it'll be easy. That isn't necessarily true for TU. I'm not saying that TU is impossible to get through academically, but you have to really set your mind on the school work. I do all of the suggested problems that are assigned to me and study rigorously for the tests. At first, I was just thinking hey, this is college, I can miss a few classes but I soon learned that that was a very bad idea. Missing a few classes means missing a lot of notes that will come in very handy for future tests. So my tip for any prospective students is not to miss any classes and actually try to do your best in all of your classes. As my chemistry professor said: You may have been one of the brightest students in your high school, but look around you. Here, everyone of you were the brightest of your high school. You're going to have to try harder than you did in high school to get through this. read full review

  • April-Hope from Lombard, IL

    TU is great for students who would rather study a lot than think outside the box. I found that I could not have a good discussion in my English classes because the students there were too used to AP English where they just said what the teacher… more read full review

    TU is great for students who would rather study a lot than think outside the box. I found that I could not have a good discussion in my English classes because the students there were too used to AP English where they just said what the teacher wanted to hear. Perhaps this was just because I was a freshman. read full review

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