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Degree: Medical Assistant
Graduation Year: 2015

For the amount of student loans I'm forced to pay back, I do not feel satisfied with my education. When I finally graduated and got my first job in the medical field, I did not know a lot. I was very embarrassed. Luckily, i had great coworkers who took time out of their day to properly train me on the job. I was a focused student who studied a lot and took my education seriously. I now have a $38,000 student loan to pay back and nothing to show for it. I would've done better getting the job without going to school first. Then I would not have a ton of debt and no education to show for it.

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Degree: Accounting
Graduation Year: 2015

Going to McCann School of Business and Technology was great, because; the professors never gave up on us. I was excited to learn a lot through my accounting courses from Mr. T. The professors motivated me to do my best work. In the beginning my accounting major was not easy, but my accounting professor help us to understand the material the best we can.

1 out of 5
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Degree: Surgical Technician
Graduation Year: 2013

Worse school ever do not go there they make you take out student loans when you don't need them. Credits will not transfer teachers come and go every quarter. Your not trained the correct way. Then when you graduate school you can't get work . big known employer's will not hire hire you believe me been there done that. Stuck with loans you can't pay back cause you can't get a career in your field its a joke school.

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