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Great ratings and a great teacher and my sister had originally attended before me. I really enjoyed the classroom sizes and the material was easy to understand. My parents also liked the school because it was close to home.
It was pretty good. I think that some of the classes were very large which hindered you from getting anyone on one teaching and at times it was difficult to keep up but I was still able to graduate with honors.
Personally, it was because I would only have to pay their in-state tuition. Additionally, they had good science programs in chemistry, biology, and botany. Additionally, it has one of the biggest student population in North Carolina.
I think some of it shouldn?t be required; however, most of the course curriculum is fair for the program. I wish there were more courses towards plant research that could be applicable to job experience.
It was close to home and offered the major I was looking for. The school also had great reviews and my sister has previously attended this same University and graduated. This school also had a lot of social events and the potential for networking.
The course curriculums are very rigorous and face paced. You really have to stay on top of assignments and attend the lectures so that you will stay on track. The professors many times will lecture for the entire class period and will then assign homework.
It is the closest to my house meaning I can easily commute to campus from home, and it gave me the most financial aid to the point where my entire tuition is paid for with money left over. They genuinely care about their students, and not to mention the food options are spectacular.
The curriculum for my major is very tailored to the concentration I have chosen, which is Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental biology. There is a wide array of class options even in the concentration you choose.