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Take my advise:If you want an education check out your local community college before signing up for one of these "for profit colleges". And I use the work "college" loosely when I call it that. My experience at Remington was not all that great. I plan to become a Pharmacy Technician and they have a "course" for it at the one in Colorado Springs. Our instructor for the first month(or module as they call it) WAS a certified pharmacy technician. However, we were supposed to learn pharmacy law the last hour of the class and we just never got around to it. I received an A in a class in which I had no work or tests in. Then our instructor left for medical reasons and the "school" replaced her with a person who was a medical assistant-he had no pharmacy technician experience PERIOD. He tried and was a way better teacher than the one that WAS a pharmacy technician but when I am paying $13, 500 for schooling I expect to be taught by someone who has experience in the field. When I looked at some example certification exams there were a ton of questions on it pertaining to law and pharmacy practice-subjects I had learned very little of in school. So I decided to withdraw, bought some more books on the subject and study on my own. You don't need to go to school to become certified as a pharmacy technician. What I have learned about the field is basically what I've taught myself. I've learned more in the past weeks then I did the whole time I was at Remington. I plan on getting my experience at a local non profit after I become certified. I am so glad I wised up and dropped out when I did-I don't owe as much as I would have if I stayed the course. I feel sorry for those who haven't-most places don't hire you unless you have a years experience and unless they plan on volunteering their services they are not going to get that experience. Don't let yourself be fooled by the hype when you see their ads on tv-these schools only care about filling an empty seat so their stockholders make money-education is second on their list.