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    • Reviewed by: Tara N, Master in psychology-schools on July 26th, 2011
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      please do your research before enrolling in this school. Make sure you know how the financial aid process works. Its all a trick to secure your financial aid in their bank account. Every one is so attentive until they get your financial aid, and then they stop answering your phone calls. The way it works is you get FASFA to send them your money and then they are supposed to cut you a refund check for what is not used. Wrong they keep every penny FASFA sends you and then they tell you the money is to pay for your future classes( while it sits up in their bank account earning interest. To hell with you and your books or other expenses. I also found out that all that work is their physchologyy program does not mean a thing. YOu will not be able to practice as a counselor or therapist. Although every question you are asked on assignments throughout the program lead you to believe that you will be a therapist upon completion.

      THIS IS A SCAM SCHOOL SET UP to RIP OFF YOUR FINANCIAL AID!!!!!

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    • Reviewed by: Stan S on January 29th, 2010
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      This online school offers programs in the PhD area that are enticing, but now after being in one class of the program for Business Psychology, There is no actual class sessions which I was expecting. Only three assignments per week (2 discussions and one 3 page paper), which are difficult to get squeezed into a week's time. Discussion board work is formulating a discussion board entry, then replying to two other students entries as a reply. This means that there are actually seven assignments per week to keep up with for the two year period. This is compounded by lack of leadership in terms of a centralized classroom teaching session. It is read book, extrapolate data, do assignments.
      I am OK with the setup an all, but I was a little sad in there not being any class time for lecture.
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