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I graduated with almost 40 people.Tuition was about $7,295.

After speaking with almost every student, that we're offered or aware and given the option of a scholarship. Almost everyone in my program receive $1000 off of there tuition cost yet I wasn't even given that option. The reason the financial advisor gave away scholarship was for "hardships" "travel expenses", both of which would make me elidgible. I traveled 6 hours from where I reside to attend the course.

I was the only African American women attending the course with the exception of two others who,(after speaking to) also paid 7,295 instead of $6,295 like everyone else and had no idea that a grant/scholarship even existed.

It's discrimation.All of the students are not treated fairly and the financial advisor Pooja is prejudice, unprofessional, and dishonest.

Review about: National Laser Institute Course.

Reason of review: Pricing issue.

I didn't like: Getting scamed.

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