Everest College — Worst School ever
I'm writing this review wherever I can so people won't get burned like my wife did:
My wife enrolled in the Chairside dental assistant program levels I and II. During her first term I noticed a lot of strange things as she was telling me about in the classes. Having gone through university, I had a pretty good idea how most colleges run and how classes typically are structured. The first thing I noticed was that there was no syllabus. There was no time-line for what the 'teacher' was supposed to teach and when. Tests dates would be given out and would be changed at random and without notice. The testing was absurd; my wife would have finished the midterm testing and then have to write a quiz relating to stuff that she had just tested on in her midterm. The excuse the teacher gave was that she needed a certain number of marks to hand in to fulfill some sort of criteria. Sometimes the class would revolt against the teacher and ask her to postpone the test date because they felt they were not ready ON THE DAY OF THE TEST! The teacher would, without fail, always gave in. My wife is a pretty serious student when it comes to getting grades so this really bothered her. She graduated with a 90 something average along side some classmates who mathmatically could not have passed the course.
The structure is completely disorganized and they seem to pass even the most incompetent of students. My wife had signed up for the level II courses well in advance and the dates were all set. We went over seas for family stuff expecting to come back and start school 2 weeks later. 2 weeks before classes were to start, some clown decides that it would be a good idea to start class 1 week early. My wife was sent no email, no letter. Someone called the house and left a message. My sister had to call us from Canada to let us know. Needless to say, after a lot of back and forth and brush-offs, we got nowhere. My wife had to start a week late and play catch up because Everest College didn't have the proper foresight or respect for people to honour it's commitments to it's students.
In my opinion, it's all about money for them. Don't bother forking out the cash. Go to a real school and actually learn something.
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