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Most Helpful Review for Tennessee College of Applied Technology-Nashville
  • Category: In three sentences
  • Review by: Monique from Madison, TN
  • 1 out of 1 people found this review helpful

the school is great for hands-on experiences, you learn wonderful things from instructors who are willing to listen and teach, and also you get the experience of a life time.

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Student Responses to Review Topic: in 3 Sentences
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  • linda from nashville, tn
  • Apr-13-2016 I am researching this school and have not visited the campus

    the practical nursing program in nashville is the worse in the state of tennessee. so many students have dropped out and complained about the instructor, ms. manners, who calls the students dumb and tries to sabotage their grades to set them up for failure while discouraging them daily saying that they could repeat the class. there are two lpn groups in the 2nd trimester, one taught by ms. lawrence and one taught by ms. manners. majority of the students in ms. lawrence's class are passing because she is a better teacher and cares about the students. majority of the students in ms. manners class have either already dropped out or are failing with overall grades between 70% - 80%, where grades below 80% are failing grades. this is not fair to students who all have the same study material, who spend their money and invest their time into a failing system with unqualified instructors.

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  • Monique from Madison, TN
  • Feb-07-2012 I am a current student here

    the school is great for hands-on experiences, you learn wonderful things from instructors who are willing to listen and teach, and also you get the experience of a life time.

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