Over the years I've become aware of many medical coding courses where, because they couldn't find or weren't willing to pay for qualified instructors, there was a lot of 'busy-work' that students were required to do. In other words, they had students doing all sorts of silly assignments to 'fill-in' because there wasn't enough actual medical coding being covered OR there would have been, but it was too hard and the students didn't want to do it. If the course was based on semesters, they had to have enough of that to keep the students busy and out of trouble until the semester ended.
Andrews School doesn't use ANY 'busy-work' or silly assignments. Every single assignment we have in our program is there because it teaches you something you really need to learn. We're just not into silliness when it comes to your medical coding education. We care about your success.
Linda Andrews, Director
The Andrews School