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I had my meeting with the first school. Opinion/ Impression wasn't so great. It seemed way to expensive, but on the positive note you could graduate in 36 weeks. I don't want to be in school for years and years, but a quick in and out its what I'm looking for either. They also don't accept "hope" or any other form of student aid besides the Federal Pell grants.
Doing my research, I discover a Radiography program offered at the local tech school. Its very affordable and I love the idea of doing ultra sounds. How cool would it be to reveal to an expectant mother the sex of their child. Oh my, I would love that. Downside, the program only accepts 20 new students per year. You must register and finish what they refer to as health care science certificate, which is mainly core classes, and then apply for this program, and be chosen based on HOBET test score, attendance and previous grades. I'm a glass half empty kind of girl, so I would be afraid to risk this for failure to gain acceptance. Then I would have wasted my time with the health care certificate as its not really good for anything in the real world, job wise. The medical assistant class doesn't require those classes. I'm not interested in massage therapy or EMT so I couldn't use those credits for anything if I chose that route and didn't make it in the class. Now I was pretty smart in school and most things came easy to me, but I have forgot most of the math I learn. The HOBET test has advanced algebra and calculass sections. In high school I took, algebra A&B and then moved to Geometry A, B and Geometry 2A, B. I loved Geometry. So yeah who knows how I would mange with those formulas there. And no calculators are allowed. BUT ...... At this school, the medical assistant program, is a diploma certification, instead of an associates degree. Therefore, I am a bit hesitant. So many choices to make ,so little time.
Does anyone have any genuine advice or guidance to share?