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Q: I am going to study in Tongren Polytechnic College( Xian ,Guizhou ,Tongren Diqu) .

How good is the college? and how is the prices there? 

3 years 36 weeks ago in  Teaching & Learning - China

 
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Do your own research

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Do your own research

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It is the best college in the world, although a bit expensive. 5,286,687.375901 wampum per term is not too much for a highly respected Chinese degree. 

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So, you applied there not knowing how much it would cost,how good the school is and nobody at the school has told you how much tuition you need to pay?

 

no

 

 

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probably he means the living costs...

 

in that case over 9000!!!!!!!!1111111111

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My wife is from that area! It's a pretty cheap school, also pretty small. Not a high-ranked school or anything, but the scenery's great.

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You've listed three different places. No wonder you don't want to do the research. Xi"an is nowhere near Guizhou. One is a city, the other is a province. You can send the $50 to bitcoin at .... for my services.cheeky

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