Quote from minnielynn
in what way is BMCC bad? i really need to know , i am a working mother of two and going to a school to waste my time is unthinkable. thanks for the honesty.
I already have a BA degree. I've also attended four different schools in acquiring my degree: Pace University, BMCC, City College (visiting student) and The College of Mount Saint Vincent. When I attended BMCC in the past I gave it rave reviews now from what I have seen and heard I beg to differ.
When teachers don't go to class, don't return your assignments on time, if at all. Don't teach at all, quickly skim through material and expect you to learn it. Test you on things not covered on the chapters assigned. Last but not least, students are evicted out of the class that they paid for before time during every class because the student union wants to give a party and security has to secure the building, I think my "one bad experience" should be mentioned and taken seriously.
Furthermore, when I registered for a three hour class x times per week and the school accepted payment, an implied contract took place. Well, I didn't get what I paid for. I am not telling anyone not to attend BMCC. I just believe that everyone has a right to make an informed decision.
I don't buy into this being "politically correct" thing. I believe in keeping it real. I am going to give you the truth, as I see it. We are all on this board for the same reasons to give as well as receive advice and to give moral support. As busy as my schedule is (work full-time, BMCC part-time and CNA school part-time) it pisses me off that I have to teach myself nursing math, my worst subject, this is a class that is needed (I believe) for the state boards. Later this afternoon, I will have a follow up meeting with the dean of students concerning these issues.
Understand my frustration and wish me will.