Reviews of Moore Tech (College)

1200 Poplar Ave, Memphis, TN 38104

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You will see all the reviews of people like you who are using the products and services of Moore Tech (College) in the area close to the state of Arkansas.

Now the business gets a rating of 2.6 stars out of 5 and this rating is based on 10 reviews.

You must have seen that it reaches an opinions average is discreet, neither too high nor too low, and it's founded on quite a few feddbacks, so the assessment is more or less accurate, although it doesn't have a enough number of evaluations to give it absolute reliability.

As you know, we don't usually stop to set feddbacks when these are positive and we usually do it only if we have had a problem or issue...

This College is classified in the category of Technical school.

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REVIEWS OF Moore Tech IN Arkansas

Warren Shaw

I experienced racism from teacher and from other classmate. He spent a lot of time with other students barely showed me how to do any. They had me kick out by school director for reason I did nothing at all to anybody. I had the worst experience ever!

Chris Nelson

I attended Moore tech from '17-18 for electrical engineering. That dept. is a mess. Junk everywhere. The instructor would go on rants insulting the students and refusing to teach on most occasions. I reported his behavior and lack of professionalism to the Dean and nothing was accomplished. I complained to the Dean about a lack of equipment and resources to work on. He told me he's "doing his best and that money from a Fedex partnership was coming soon." I visited the school a few months ago to see if the changes took place...NOPE. The dept was still junky and the equipment is outdated by DECADES. When I was still there, I posted a review of the school(pictures included) and the Dean called me to his office to "strongly urge" me to remove my post. I did temporarily because I feared the retaliation of him urging instructors to fail me without justification. This is not a reflection of the other programs though. Machining was awesome and the instructors were extremely helpful and willing to assist you. Eric, Mark, and another gentleman with the big beard in Machining. They're professionals.

MissBrown .Investing

Was enrolled part-time and after attending the first night was told that the classes that I signed up for were no longer available. The staff is nice and I love that it's a Christian-based school; however, the front office and the enrollment process is very unorganized. I was told to either switch to different days for my night class or just wait four months until they get it all figured out. I'm very disappointed to say the least.

Kathryn F.

Here's the deal, do you make less than $15/hour? You'll be in luck. Go to the Workforce Investment Network. You'll be able to go to school for, basically, a discount. Every applicant is different but my story is that I went to school for welding and took machining as a "minor". I learned a lot and will continue to learn more at the job that Moore Tech helped me get. The school is ever evolving and continues to better itself, knowing that they can always do better. There are schools that *settle*, Moore Tech does NOT settle. The staff are friendly, helpful, and knowledgeable in the field of blue collar. I am proud to have gone here and I encourage everyone else to come here if you are self motivated and want a better, more fulfilling life.

Stanley Smythe

Outstanding technical career training in Memphis, TN; has provided important vocational training to tens of thousands of students throughout the Mid-South for hands-on jobs with quality companies since 1939. The graduate placement rate is strong, the current reputation is positive, financial aid is available, and the current school leadership landing new employment relationships and career opportunities for today's grads. The college recently enhanced the curriculum and the physical plant to meet new marketplace demands. Changes are ongoing (Auto Tech, machining, welding, plumbing, electrical, HVAC, property maintenance), all designed to deliver top-caliber technical training by strong instructors. Both day and night classes offered. It's a real school, not a for-profit "tech school business."

Veronica Noble

It’s strange how the positive reviews are from the uncolored people I will not enroll for racism! How is it Christian again?

B Martinez

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david bowman

I've been in school here for almost 2 years, and the teachers are quite good at teaching and very knowledgeable about the skills in which they are teaching. They can get good students jobs in their field often times before graduation. The building is a bit old, but the equipment is less than 5 years old, and being upgraded every few years.

Brian Henderson


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