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Inter American University of Puerto Rico-School of Optometry Tuition & Costs

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500 John Will Harris Avenue
Bayamon, PR 00957
(787) 765-1915


Student Responses to Review Topic: Bang for the buck
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  • a from united states
  • Jun-08-2016 I am a current student here

    the curriculum is messed up. you have to think about an 8 year planning--that's right! the school's hidden motive is to fail students so that they can retake the difficult/ main classes in the summer (1 month), and pay more money from your pockets, that is really expensive. on top of that, the classes do not even prepare you well anyway, and you have learn everything yourself. that is the "game" they play, and it is nothing but disheartening.

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  • Ahmad from Stone Ridge, VA
  • Jun-06-2013 I am a current student here

    The cost of the education and living on the island or even flying back and forth to home over breaks makes it difficult to be financially stable while living on the island. Also as students we do not get offered many scholarship/grants opportunities by the school.

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