Admission advisors need more training
A friend of mine called Plaza College, to ask some questions about the careers. One of her questions was, if the school gave hand outs, at the end of the class, to use as a study, cause she wasn't good at taking notes during class. He asked her if she had a learning disability, which I found very unprofessional and rude. If someone doesn't know how to take good notes, it doesn't mean they have a disability, so don't be so quick to judge people, if you don't know them. She went to a community College, spoke to a guidance counselor, and he sent her to a tutor, not only did the tutor teach her on taking good notes, also taught her study skills. She will be starting College in September, for a two year Associate's degree in Physical therapy assistant. If you want to continue your education, don't make the mistake coming here. Community Colleges are much cheaper than these private schools. Admission advisors need to learn to give professional advice, and not be asking if you have a learning disability.