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Schedule during schooling
« on: Oct 24, 2010, 04:16 »
So after doing a quick search and fining some information about the Schedule during A-School, Power School and Prototype, I was hoping for a little more information.

Is the (general) schedule still PT 5:30-6, School 7-16, and Study Hours 17-20ish?
Do you get weekends off?
Is the general schedule the same for all of the schools?



Offline MMM

Re: Schedule during schooling
« Reply #1 on: Oct 24, 2010, 06:48 »
At NPTU (prototype), you do rotating shift work. Swings are from 1200-2400, Mids 2000-0800, Days/T-week 0700-1900. The shifts have 4 extra hours built in for students. If you stay ahead of the curve, you can be on reduced hourson the last day or two of the shift.

Offline Superri

Re: Schedule during schooling
« Reply #2 on: Oct 25, 2010, 01:50 »
You general schedule is accurate: applies for A school and Power School.
However, PT changes to the afternoon during winter months. You can put in study hours early in the morning as well.

On the weekends, there is no class instruction but students can still put in study hours.

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Offline zoomies

Re: Schedule during schooling
« Reply #3 on: Oct 25, 2010, 06:04 »
In A-school and Power school, it is set to about 8-9 hours depending on the day, the rest is performance based (GPA), M-F. In prototype it is more of the same, performance based extra hours, with set hours being shift work 0830-1630, 1630-0030, 0030-0830, in addition, you dont exactly get a set schedule as far as weekends are concerned. Any other questions, I am pretty fresh out of school, willing to answer.


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