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4 out of 5
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If you didn't go there, they why are you on this site bashing the people that did? By the way...I guess those 2 masters didn't teach you spelling either. Grammer?

4 out of 5
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I possess two Master's degrees from different state universities and I have no vested interest in Everest College.

reading the reviews about Everest (both positive and negative), I am alarmed at the spelling, grammer, punctuation and sentence structure mistakes. I can only suspect that the people making these comments cannot read very well either.

Perhaps the problem is not with Everest, their faculty or facilities, but it is the students themselves who need a better education at a lower level and a better educational foundation prior to attempting the rigors of an advanced.

4 out of 5
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I went to the Everest Institute on Dearborn. It was all good and fun I made many friends, and my instructor was and will continue to be the best instructor at Everest.

However, once you graduate they don't follow threw with their promise of finding you a job and when you keep insisting the staff starts to act like they have no obligation to help you. Its really sad that they would do that to people who rely on them to do something better with their lifes. I mean once you graduate they do give you the education you need to get the job you want and you do have to put some leg work of your own in finding a job, but still they should make that more clear to people who want to become future students.

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4 out of 5
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I also made a poor decision and attended that horrible school and I'm still paying for it literally! Unlike the genuis who said that most of us were playing around I graduated with honors. And my wages are being garnished for a "student loan" that was supposed to be free. Don't do it. It's not worth it and they don't help you find a job at all. Someone should stop those trade schools from ripping off unsuspecting people of what's to come. I graduated in 05 if only I had been warned...

4 out of 5
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i went to everest in crosslanes, wv it was a joke i made alot of friends, and my instructor was amazing. better than the other ones there. she taught us everything we needed to know. the school is a joke you have to pay all this money back, for what NOTHING they dont help you get jobs. as soon as you graduate they could care less about you. DO NOT GO TO EVEREST SAVE YOUR MONEY&TIME!!!!!

4 out of 5
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I worked there, don't waste your money. It is not worth it, go to a place that you can get a degree that will help you in life. There are other good schools for the same diploma or certificates. Run away...fast!

4 out of 5
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Hey, Current student at the Everest Cross Lanes, WV campus. Where do I even start? I take electronics and the electronics course is divided into 10 modules. 1-10 in order according to them is the way to graduate, but seeing as how the school is becoming financially strapped from imbeciles running the facility myself and my class mates are unfairly thrown into classes that we've never been prepared for to suit their population needs.

Upon joining I was told that I could take the degree I'll be getting from this place and only to find out colleges give you ZERO READ AGAIN ZERO credit for your degree and want you to take the entire 4 years over again.

This past winter there were times that I was unable to even see the lines on the road and yet they still keep school open giving us the altimatum that we either show up or are counted absent. The reason being that all of the descision makers are day-time staff, so after they get home they could care less if I wreck and die on my way to their pre-school redundant "institution."

Recently we were told that they'll be extending the days I'm supposed to be there to 5 days instead of 4 per week, even though I was told this was to be my schedule for the duration of my time here at this school. They didn't even have the decency to dig out the legal documents that I signed to show me where it says they're allowed to do that in the first place. It really warms my heart to know that I have to spend EVEN more money now on a weekly basis just to go.

I can tell anyone reading this with the utmost honesty and sincerity that as soon as Everest gets your first 6 months tuition they dump you to the curb. I can't believe how badly I'm in debt now over this place --even worse it's looking like if I can even manage not to wreck this winter and can afford the gasoline it will cost to attend an extra day per week that after I graduate they won't find me any decent work.

From the bottom of my heart I pray that no one else makes the mistake of feeding your money to these dishonest bafoons. Also remember how in the commercials they promote smaller classes so everyone gets more personal attention? CRAP, a mod or two into my schooling they even fired an instructor making the classes even bigger/harder to get any help out of.

I'm in a class right now with nearly 30 people and I can honestly say there's nights that I can't even turn in my "in-class" assignments for a single teacher having to go prove every circuit/calculation of everyone's work.

AM I GETTING THROUGH TO YOU YET?!?! You would be better off using your money as wallpaper, making confetti, giving to charity, or even burning it. They've scorned me for the last time, every waking moment of my life will be devoted to networking against these tyrants. Take a stand, make a webpage--fliers, whatever it takes to humble these meager children. We put food on THEIR tables so they can treat us like dirt, it's time to put a stop to it for good.

4 out of 5
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I attended this school as well. I made a very bad choice. This school use to be Georgia Medical Institute(GMI. They changed their name to Everest. They really have a bad name. I got my first internship and the office manager told me that they didn't want anyone from this school.

He even went on to tell me that this school really has a bad name and that he didn't even know why they were sending anyone from the school to the office. I finally got a internship 3 weeks later. They staff at the school are unprofessional. They claim that they have a excellent job placement program but they don't.

4 out of 5
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Last day in my Pharmacy Tech program, and the school to say the least is nothing but unprofessional, rip off and completely incompetent! The director of the program was a complete Idiot who half the time didn't know where he was standing, and the Dean even less. I had some good teachers, and when I mean SOME its because there was a new teacher quitting every other week. Teachers who get paid to go there don't even stay....go to a community college instead!

4 out of 5
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i love it here, my teacher helps me all the time, everythime i ask. weather its the most stupidist thing in the world, she will take time out and explain things to me no matter how long it takes. i go to the dearborn campus every weekend. the students their and my teacher have fun while learning every weekend. i made great friends and learn so much. MRS. A YOUR GREAT!!!

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