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We only start students at one point...the beginning. Merit Training Institute believes revolving start dates and modules are not the best way for students to learn.  Our students start class together and graduate together.  Subject matter builds as class progresses, with reinforcement of the skill set.  Students learn by repetition.  Merit students learn new skills, but continue to practice previously learned skills throughout the program. This is a benefit of not having modules or revolving start dates.  When students are started in the middle of the program there is no way to continue to reinforce what they have learned in subjects like CPT, ICD-10 or insurances. Building blocks such as medical terminology are introduced throughout the program so students aren’t trying to memorize hundreds of terms at a time.

Everything included in our program is designed to either prepare our students for their future employment in the medical field, or for a certification exam. Our maximum 8 to 1 student/teacher ratio means lots of one-on-one time with the instructor. With small class sizes and a well skilled instructor, Merit graduates have a definite edge over students graduating from elsewhere!

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