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4 out of 5
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,p>I went to this school & finish. I did everything I was asked to do. This isn't my 1st time going to school for nursing so I expected things that we just did not have.,/p>

The teachers & staff were childish & friends with the students. I will say this some people did ok at this school but most of the bad comments your reading are 100% true. Just because someone misspelled a word don't mean that your a bad person. The facts are the school is really just about getting paid by the grovernment & using you to do it.

I finish 6/10 with 450 students & only 30 had jobs. Do the math go to another school & check it out 100% before you sign anything. As far as this school I wouldn't even tell the devil to go here.

4 out of 5
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I have to disagree with most of the comments against Everest for these reasons. The initial one is that Everest opens opportunities for the non-traditional college student. I am a graduate from Everest and I can say that my campus had GREAT instructors who were qualified with outstanding career oriented experience and some of the instructors had related military experience.

The campus sets high standards in their teaching and I tremendously enjoyed what I learned for my career. If it weren't for Everest's non-traditional college learning environment I probably would still be in my older retail job.

However, I do agree that some of the students that make up the campus population to be sometimes ill, but the Instructors are pretty knowledgeable and professional.

4 out of 5
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I took hvac at everest great intructors but job placement sucks 9 months of time wasted i did graduate and got my certs i applyed for jobs after jobs after jobs job placement is sopposed to be helping you they dont do nouthing false avertisement dont make the same mistake i did go to anouther school EVEREST SUCKS!!!!!

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4 out of 5
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As a professional, the schools expectations are completely inappropriate and completing 40 hours of unpaid "course"work for online teachers is demeaning. This will never garner quality teachers!!

4 out of 5
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This school is a scam. they charge you 15k for a 7month program. I gradated there with good grades and applied for job after job after job. all i got was an email from an employer saying they weren't going to consider me for employment because of where i went to school.

Everest gave me nothing but empty promises. And I didn't even feel safe with all the violence that took place while attending there.....
4 out of 5
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I would not recommend this school. Go to a Community college, or a city Non profit School, 4 year university. You can not transfer your credits. You will waste money, time and energy. The professors will not tell you because they will lose there job. you have great professors but at the end of the day you have a degree you can't use and debt. They will suggest that you speak to your advisor whom still can not tell you for fear you will leave.

If you are a student be aware and research the accreditation. You can not transfer to FIU or any normal School. Get out while you can. My conscious is clear!

4 out of 5
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Well, I was browsing the internet and decided to type in Georgia Medical Institute and see what I would get, and I must admit I am VERY shocked.

I attended Everest when they were called Georgia Medical Institute, and I am a Graduate of Georgia Medical institute(c/o 2005) and I am glad that I made it through(even though I barely did), because the experiences, people, and places i have been in the last 5years of working in the medical field has inspired me to futher my education to become a nurse.

The question is would I recommend Georgia Medical Institue( now known as Everest Institute) to anyone? I would have to say NO! and let me explain why.... Even though I graduated with honors, received my diploma in the mail, and meet a lot of good people that i'm still in contact with today I barely made it through becasue they charge me 11,000 to for a progra

I was pell Grant elgible but never seen any of that money and what i mean by that is I ended up having to get my Younger brother to co sign with me on a sallie mae personal loan to finish on top of the two student loans that I already had. So the three loans equaled out to the cost of the program(10,989) So my question was what happened to Pell? And when i finished I later realized what i went for Patient Care Technician is the same as CNA.

But I am glad I did go and I have had the opportunity to touch people's live and change people's lives in SO MANY WAYS! And I decided to go back to school to be a nurse, but this time I did my research and went to a real college and was pell elgible, recieved the hope scholrship didn't have to get any student loans.

And I am Two semsters away from being a nurse. So, again the question is would you recommend GMI( Everest) To ANYONE? And i would still have to say NO! They are lieing to ppl and ripping them off!

4 out of 5
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I am on my last mod at Everest College for the medical assisting program, and I gotta tell you that I have enjoyed everyday here. I have been accepted to my externship site and I also have another site set up for an interview. The staff really prepare you for real world scenarios and the hands on experience is great. Career services was extremely helpful at placing me where my skills could be used. I would recommend this school for anyone looking to get into the medical field. If you can't get a job after you attend this school then you should probably re-evaluate what you are doing wrong on your interviews.

4 out of 5
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I go to everest in norcross and i like it for the most part the only issues i have is the fact that the people in charge there really dont seem in charge at all they said refer a friend and get a gift, ok well i refered my friend and she is in her last mod and i have never gotten my gift. not only have i asked them about it i have went to people in charge and they just wanna direct me to someone else who is "in charge" of this kinda thing and that person always seems to be on vacation i have went up to the offices 4 times now and i know i shouldnt be going crazy over a gift but personally i think if you say your gonna do something then do it and stop saying you will

also the requirements are always changing when i started the teacher made the test and everybody knew what to study and know but now the test are made by someone else and half the answers are wrong and you usually dont even learn about the material on the test, and we have to write a paper now i understand were students in a school but in all reality im gonna be a massage therapist not a journalist i dont see why we have to do these things

BUT on the other hand the hands on learning is amazing for me learning all the mucles and where the originate and insert and what they do is awesome, you really find ways to help people with muscle probles and the teacher is great (mr newdom) he teaches us to the best of his ability and makes it to where its never a boring day at school you actually wanna go everest is a ok school their teaching is good but there staff blows and really needs to get on top of things

4 out of 5
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I attended Everest or tried to anyway,myself. It sounded great they filed the financial aid paperwork for me and told me I could start. I thought I could trust them, after all this is their job. Boy was I wrong. First they give you every book you'll need the whole time you are there. This ensures that they will make money off of you no matter what. Why in the world would anyone need every book they are going to need to finish their program at the very start.

To make matters worse as soon as I finally open my books, someone comes into the classroom and tells me that I'm needed in financial aid. To make a long story short they tell me that I now need a cosigner. Why couldn't they tell me that at the beginning. I didn't have a cosigner and ultimately was not able to finish (or really even start my classes). I spoke to a student advisor who was very rude and short. I withdrew from the classes that day and then later started receiving calls from the school asking me where have I been and such. They told me they had no records of my withdrawing which means that I was being charged even though I'm not attending anymore.

they also weren't honest about their accreditation and how it would be beneficial to me. I'm glad that some people have had success with Everest, but I was not one of them. They are billing me for two identical $1092 charges. I have no idea what they are for.I also have charges from sallie mae showing on my credit report.I now attend my local community college! I'll pay far less for my education this way, not to mention my degree will be accepted and recognized in way more places. It's sad that people who have had positive experiences are calling other people who want to better themselves lame. Trying to insinuate that someone who receives poor service is less educated is just insensitive. I wish good luck to all higher education seekers.

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