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2 out of 5
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Degree: Accounting and Computer Science
Graduation Year: 2013

This school was a JOKE !!! Most of the exercises we were to do could not be done because the internet at the school would not allow actions to be performed. The class I had to take for Lenox programing was a complete bust for the same reasons. When I Graduated I did not have the certifications or the knowledge needed for a entry level position anywhere. It was a waste of 9 months of my life and 15000 dollars. If your thinking of going to this place, think again....DON'T waste your time and money. Find a real school.

1 out of 5
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Degree: Nursing
Graduation Year: 2016

This is a horrible school they tell nothing but lies to students the DON Rebecca doesn't even work from San Antonio where the school is at she is in Dallas. Teachers don't care for my senior rotation we didn't even have a teacher. Test are giving for material that isn't even covered. I wish I didn't go to this school and I even graduated.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Medical Assistant
Graduation Year: 2016

You get out what you put in. Please do not expect to have high test scores and a cream-puff job just handed to you. Those who are well-rounded and constantly improving themselves in *every* way are getting the jobs those on here are complaining about NOT getting. Career Quest and the Faculty they employ should be considered a lighthouse, not a rescue boat. Learn to, and expect to, kick your feet and paddle to rescue yourself. My instructors have been amazing and I have zero doubt my dreams will come to fruition having them in my corner.

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1 out of 5
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Degree: Licensed Vocational Nurse
Graduation Year: 2016

If your going to go to this school don't. Teachers jump around alot in their teaching. They don't listen when you need help. They care less. They pass their teaching to students who don't know what they are saying or talking about instead of teaching themselves. They give you all your items for school late in the school year. If you ask for an explanation about the assignment they get upset. How do you learn your mistakes.List goes on.

1 out of 5
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Degree: Business Administration and Management, General
Graduation Year: 2015

I attended Quest College and received an Associates Degree in Business Administration. This school is very unorganized and non professional. I tried to get physical custody of my Degree and had a problem because they said I owe money which I didn't. One person would tell you one thing and someone else would tell you something else. The director of the school came to talk to our class and when one lady asked a question he told her, " If you don't like it just don't come here." Very unprofessional. I would not recommend this school to anyone.

1 out of 5
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Degree: Information Technology
Graduation Year: 2013

Well it will be guaranteed that Career Quest will respond to this because they troll these sites trying desperately to do damage control. Everything that has been said regarding the fact that this is nothing but a rip off facility. One that suckers you in with grandiose promises, They feed on those that are down and least able to afford the time and fees of a regular college institution. They get you so far in, then you can't claim shenanigans to get refunded, and then they change policy. In my case they too went through teachers that didn't even know the subject matter, encouraging us to "GOOGLE IT." They also altered certification process demanding that the certification for IT be done when the class ends despite that CompTia (the certification people) ask that you do interning hours in the lab before doing so. They also lack the equipment needed to teach the basic functions of the class, hoping for the donation of students personal equipment. They promise a starter tool kit that is all of about 3 dollars of crap, you pay for books that you don't keep and then are recycled to the next class where they pay for the same books again. Talk about illegal practices. There is no integrity with the school personnel. We protested the changes and they reluctantly met with us and then blew off our demands. The "DEAN" of IT has NO EXPERIENCE IN THE FIELD, knows nothing of the curriculum nor requirements. He is a key holder and Dean, for the purpose of probably one of the few people that might have a college degree of any kind (though not in IT), probably liberal arts or something. DO not waste time, money or effort. They are nothing but a succubus of a business that disguises itself as a school. Oh, and I was reading some other comments that mentioned how they graduated with honors. You get 90% scores just by showing up to class. EVERYONE that gives half effort can get 95%+. I ended up on a National Honor Society from them. They wanted more money for my certificate from them. If you go to this place, they position you in jobs that are mostly below market wages. Computer tech for $12/hr? Come on! Health field people were going out at $9 and $10 per hour. The job placement office consisted of them cutting out want adds or printing them from websites. No serious efforts are made after they have your money. They also will ask you when you are signing up for you to give them a list of friends that might want to come there too. They are worse than hard pressure health club sales scams. Yes I am a fool for falling for it, but I was desperate at the time. Not a day now that I don't regret going there. 9 months I will never get back. If I could score them less than 1 star I would! STAY THE HELL AWAY! DO NOT SIGN. DO NOT DO IT

5 out of 5
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Degree: Education
Graduation Year: 2014

Career Quest is an awesome place! You can tell just after walking through the doors that they truly care about their students and employees. It is a wonderful place to attend if you prefer a smaller class size. Instructors are there to help in any way that they can and help students to achieve their goals. There are many fun programs and activities Career Quest holds to help their students. If you are interested in going back to school, I highly recommend going to Career Quest!

1 out of 5
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Degree: Information Technology
Graduation Year: 2015

Very deceiving, I was duped into false promises, I was 6 months in the course, the school claimed a company endorsed career quest and hire their graduates, I called the company liquid web to see if they really did, it turns out they never heard of the school or ever hire their graduates. I felt scammed and the school took too much financial aid from me and wanted me to pay them. Immediately left and canceled all my loans going to the school, their degrees and certificates are nothing but paper weights and don't mean anything, this school is a all out scam, beware!!!!!!!!

1 out of 5
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Degree: Medical/Clinical Assistant
Graduation Year: 2010

$10 grand in debt from there and I graduated with honors and top test score in my class. Do not waste your money. I am currently in school working towards my masters in psychology.

1 out of 5
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Degree: Medical/Clinical Assistant
Graduation Year: 2014

Please do your research before choosing a school. I made a mistake and I'm paying for it.

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