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Complaint Review: Lincoln Technical Institute
Lincoln Technical Institute7245 Estapona Circle Fern Park, Florida United States of America
Lincoln Technical Institute No externship, no diploma, encourage false claims about status for loans Fern Park, Florida
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Sure, everyone gets great grades because all test questions are reviewed the day before. One instructor who refused to pass an entire class because they did so poorly (even when given the answers to the test the day before) was forced to resign.
At the end of the day, you could learn more from just reading textbooks. There is violence, drug use, and convicted felons that are encouraged to enroll ina program, knowing that they are unemployable. But the student loans they were forced to take out are still due.
I think an attorney should look into a class action suit againt Lincoln. I personally would be interested in filing a suit, but I am sure many students have had a similar experience. I also would love to see a media expose on what really goes on behind these high-priced, tax payer robbing so-called career schools. I could give you lots of dates, times, video, whatever you need.
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