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I just got issued my voucher to go and take my GED tests. I really like the teacher interaction. I really liked how teachers were readily available to help me in class unlike when I was in high school. I liked Jennifer a lot. I am excited to go and take my test. Once my daughter is older, I plan to then move on with the next phase in my life and go to college. Sara S.
I just finished my GED program and I am getting my money to test. I like how fast the program was! Warren Cirwithian
I would recomend the College america GED program, because they helped me learn a lot of things I didnt even know about.
Kristen Mutch wrote a review in
response to her participation in a free services program sponsored by our company. The CollegeAmerica free services GED program is paid for, in kind, by CollegeAmerica, not the state of Colorado or any government organization.
Kristen Mutch was asked to apologize for referring to her classmates as "ghetto." CollegeAmerica will not tolerate the use of racially charged language or offensive talk towards our staff, faculty or students.
Since this is a free program, Kristen was not forced to participate. If she did not like her classmates and felt the need to talk negatively about them and the college, she was free to pursue another GED program and use her personal money to pay for her GED test.
Since Kristen asked CollegeAmerica for the money to pay for her testing, CollegeAmerica asked Kristen to apologize for her racially charged language and negative comments towards the staff and faculty at our college. Kristen was issued $150.00 to take her state of Colorado GED examination. She was assisted with information regarding the test site and the details surrounding how to get started taking her state exam. When Kristen questioned one of her test scores and how it was graded, she was given further assistance regarding how to contact the Emily Griffith testing department.
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I went to this school for the "free" GED tutoring and voucher program, where you take their pretests and when you pass they will give you vouchers to pay for the real GED test. After completing their "classes" in two weeks I went in for my exit "interview" which was really just a ploy for them to push their college on you after you pass the test. I explained to them that I would never go to their ghetto college because of the GED programs complete disorganization. Because I wouldnt play along with their little game, they refused to give me the vouchers I had earned!
I had a great learning experience. If anybody is looking to take their GED, i recommend that they go through College America first!
The program was very fast paced but that was good for me because I didnt have alot of time to work on it. It was also great that it was absolutly free.
My experience at College America was awesome. I especially enjoyed math with Ellen.Taz made me feel very comfotable getting back into the whole school experience. If only I would have had these two people helping me in high school I probably would have graduated when I was supposed to. So very very many Thanks going out to Ellen and Taz. Thank You both for helping me get my life back on track. Thank you to College America for offering the free G.E.D. course as well.
i attended the GED program it was very helpfull. i re learn some stuff that i forgot about and learned some new thing. good experence.
I attended the GED program here. I thought that it was a easy going environment, the teachers were very helpful and provided a lot of hands on learning opportunity. I would recommend this program to anyone. Thank You CollegeAmerica.
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