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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.9 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.7 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.7 responses
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Everest College - Dallas Reviews
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The academics offered there are really great. Not just your professor and advisor care, but the whole school wants to be apart of your success.
Most of the students are of the working class. They have full-time jobs and still find time to study their class work. Everyone at the school appear to be very friendly and care about the progress of all student body. When an individual is having a difficult time, with class work and personal life, everyone join together and give assistance, maybe no monetary assistance, but emotional assistance and advise. The students generally pull together and help the individuals that are having a hard time with their studies. Apparently, everyone wants everybody to succeed and graduate.
I'm an accounting major, and all my classes have been enjoyable. The program doesn't appear to be difficult, thus far. I feel the curriculum is definitely preparing me for my chosen field. I am definitely learning the correct information needed for the current job market in my field. The facilities have the most up-to-date accounting software that is used in the industry. I haven't done an internship, yet, but I look forward to obtaining on the job experience and possibly employment. I have confidence that my school is teaching me exactly what is needed to perform well in this job market.