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Flexable Trade School – I have had very little frustrations in regards to attend my school. Since they have moved locations I believe now, that the building they are in is perfect. It is close to a public parking building, hot water runs all day no matter how many heads they wash during the day, and I enjoy the changes of atmosphere. We spend a couple of hours in class studying on book work and then we spend a couple of hours with hands on assignments. The instructors encourages the students by having simple contests during the week and the students get incentives, involved and interested in becoming a better beautician.
The financial aid process with my school is quite fast they seem to know what their doing and what needs to be done in regards to the student getting the most out of financial aid. I believe that the tuition is a well balanced fee with the amount of knowledge and experience you will gain if you attend and become a student. Plus, you can complete this technical trade school in 7-8 months. If you want to get a higher education through collage and you need financial aid I would suggest that you apply early, check out the schools and get familiar with the people and surroundings because you'll be there most of the time until you've graduate.