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Complaint Review: Pcdi, James Madison High School , Ashworth College

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  • Submitted: Thu, March 05, 2009
  • Updated: Mon, March 09, 2009

  • Reported By:reynoldsburg Ohio
Pcdi, James Madison High School , Ashworth College
430 Technology Pkwy Norcross,, Georgia U.S.A.

Pcdi, James Madison High School , Ashworth College Adult Career & Continuing Education Norcross, Georgia

*Consumer Suggestion: LESS EXPENSIVE WAYS TO GET YOUR GED/HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA

*Consumer Suggestion: Go to the forum

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on jan 6 2009 i enrolled in there high school program . as of feb 5 2009 i have not recived one peace of mail from them i have loged over 50 phone calls i have made to them and still no books no enrollment packet no nothing . i have spent the last 5 days trying to get my money back . when i call i get sent to a voice mail and no one will return my calls . i have payed them $135.00 for nothing . i am a single mother who was trying to better the quility of life for my kids and didnt have this money to just throw away . i would strongly advice anyone who is looking in to this program to rethink it .

Robersonkarmen
reynoldsburg, Ohio
U.S.A.

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#1 Consumer Suggestion

LESS EXPENSIVE WAYS TO GET YOUR GED/HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA

AUTHOR: Nanlisa - (U.S.A.)

If you really want to get your GED, contact your local school district to see if they have GED classes. If you're on public assistance, ask them if they have any freee or low-cost GED-preparation courses. Or better yet, since you're a single mother, go to any bookstore (Barnes and Noble, Borders, etc.) and get one of the GED test preparation books. This way, you won't have to pay an arm and a leg in order to get your high school diploma/GED.

I know this from experience. Back in the early 80's, while I was still working as a food service worker at a Catholic nursing facility, I decided to change my career and get my GED. However, because of my work schedule, I wasn't able to attend any classes. I went to the local bookstores and purchased books on how to prepare for the GED, and I did the lessons in my spare time. I also purchased some additional GED prep books by subject such as English, reading, and math.

After four months, I took the tests at Philadelphia Community College. I had passed all of the tests except for the math, and I had to wait seven months (college policy) to get re-tested on the math. I did go back, retook the math, test, passed it, and I got my GED in 1982. And I didn't have to spend an arm and a leg to get either.

Don't spend thousands of dollars just to get your high school diploma. Try some of the things that I suggested.
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Go to the forum

AUTHOR: William - (U.S.A.)

Your best bet is to go onto the Ashworth College forum and post your message. They should respond pretty quickly. NEVER try resolving anything over the phone with Ashworth first. The more you do online, the better.

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