Not too easy. Not too difficult.
When I look back, do I regret not studying? Heck no! I enjoyed myself 5 days a week, and passed my program. I studied enough to get by. I wasn't in the top 10%, but after you graduate if you have experience, no one looks at your marks anymore.
There's a lot of building around. A lot of buildings say RIM on them. The education was pretty good. The hard majors are really hard and they really milk the Optometry school for all that it has. And rightly so. Anyway, good school. Okay professors. Good people.
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I guess one benefit I had was co-op, which gives you 2 years of experience upon graduation, employer referrals (references) from past employers, and money to pay for your school. I think being in a co-op program was the best thing about my programReputation wise, it's really good.