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Degree: Criminal Justice
Graduation Year: 2014

Attended Remington College Honolulu Campus. Only got a job as Security Captain for a high rise condominium. No advancement. Career service did NOT help much. I was suppose to have an appointment with the Career Service guy and found out he quit without even letting me know. No internship for CJ. Waste of money. Take your money somewhere else. Start with a community college and move on to a university. Classes are easy. NO challenge. Stuff they teach are pretty much what you learn in your freshmen/sophomore year in high school.

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Degree: Medical Assistant
Graduation Year: 2011

I complete course in MA in 2011. From the time I completed I never had employment in this field. In my opinion this school is a waste of money and time. Do not attend this school. Do not attend this school. Do not attend this school. Do not attend this school you will be wasting time and money.

1 out of 5
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Degree: Medical Assistant
Graduation Year: 2012

Should shut this school down. Its a rip off. Did not get me no where. Expensive. Don't like anything about this school. Everything I been through i did not get nothing out from this school. Stay away from this school. I would not recommend this school.

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Degree: Medical Assistant
Graduation Year: 2015

THIS SCHOOL IS A RIP OFF! DO NOT WASTE YOUR TIME OR MONEY! Jobs will literally deny you employment if they see Remington College on your resume. The instructors are not organized. They also have instructors teaching that do not even know the material they are teaching about. The lady in financial aid really hates her job and is angry and rude to all the students. You will learn nothing at this school.

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Degree: Dental Assistant
Graduation Year: 2016

Book and uniforms are alway late. My certification for my RDA was never sent in. Previous students get there 6 months after there graduation. Even if you fail in classes students seem to pass. Looks like thwy are wanting the money then actual trying to help students that should not be doing some of these programs.This is for the north houston location

1 out of 5
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Degree: Dental Assisting/Assistant
Graduation Year: 2015

The tuition is way overpriced! Teachers are never in the classroom when you need help.. Just don't waist your time and money. If you are trying to become a Dental Assistant you have to keep on mind is very hard to find a job, obviously they will tell you we will help you find one which is something they'll never do.

1 out of 5
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Degree: Medical Insurance Coding Specialist/Coder
Graduation Year: 2011

It was not a good experience, I had previously been working in the field 7 years prior to attending. I pasted my test but it was not because of the school. 3 out of 25 pasted. Now some of my friends are stuck with a very high loan and no certificate and no job.

2 out of 5
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Degree: Criminal Justice
Graduation Year: 2015

I just graduated with a Criminal Justice Bachelor's Degree at the Honolulu Campus. The Career Services didn't help me much when finding a career. I end up getting a job working security that pays me close to minimum wage. I can't even pay my loan with that kind of montly wage. I ended differing my loan which ended up with a interest rate of more than two thousand dollars. I tried to apply for a state position as a youth corrections officer unfortunately the state rejected my application claiming Remington College is not accredited. Not only I'm deep in debt I got a job that don't have advancement in opportunity.

2 out of 5
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Degree: Pharmacy Technician
Graduation Year: 2006

I went to Remington in north Houston for pharmacy technician. The classes were suppose to be small which weren't and sometimes we were left with no teacher. I was also told that I would get a free test which I didn't and once I payed over 100 for my test I couldn't pass it...why? Because more than half the stuff on there wasn't taught to me. Nothing but waste of my money and I was left in dept because I couldn't finish paying.

2 out of 5
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Degree: Medical Billing & Coding
Graduation Year: 2015

The price for the rudimentary crash course in coding is outrageous. The fact is most places will not let you code with no real world experience. I work as front office staff at a medical practice making better money that I ever have, and for that I am thankful, but it's not worth the massive amount of debt I am now in. A diploma or even the CPC certification they talk about the entire program, is just not necessary to be a coder, though it looks pretty on your resume. The curriculum is not devoted solely to coding, a vast majority of class is spent on learning how to manipulate EMR systems and practice managing software. That will come in handy for your entry level position, but the coding portion is not extensive enough to actually be considered worthwhile coding experience. That being said I was top of the class and still failed the CPC exam by 6 points. After classes ended I had to stay on career services for a month before they sent me any job leads because they had "no contacts" in the area I live, I live in a suburb of the DFW metroplex, so don't give me that. It is not a horrible school, but if you are going to pay that much money for education pay it to an accredited college whose credits are transferable, because now I'm 15k in debt, with a piece of paper that means a lot of nothing. I am going to continue my education at an accredited University, because all Remington really prepares you for is an entry level position.

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