Quote from jam911
i heard that north campus is much better but i live so darn close to central,, is north really that far.
also, are you placed in a group and that will be your group for the next 18 months or do you pick your classes as if you were just going to school regular??
what time does all classes end per day.
i thought it was a program where you go to school and it ends like 12 noon or so, but after reading it looks like you can go to school anytime, jut pick your classes
wow! you just want to know everything!! lol just kidding!
from what i heard when i was in BC, central was the most strictest of all campuses. they made the rules, and if you deviated from the rules they would send you home.
like, as a student you wear white shoes to clinicals-- but if you have a clinical day at the school, why are white shoes so important?
in south campus we wore our regular clothes during clinical day at the school, <-- that's just one example
for the next 18 months you will be with the same people-- assuming no-one fails--
and you do pick your classes as if you are choosing regular classes-- it's just that you don't have plenty of teachers to chose from, exept in clinicals, that there are several groups, but the lecture, you basically only have one choice.
the classes are usually from 9am-12noon on mondays and fridays. and pharmacology-- the time varies per semester, and math varies per semester as well. clinical days depends as well-- some teachers let you leave early and some stay about 8-9 hours at the clinical site.
"" i thought it was a program where you go to school and it ends like 12 noon or so, but after reading it looks like you can go to school anytime, jut pick your classes""
what do you mean that you can go to school at any time??