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Has anyone participated in the Long Ridge Writers Group and graduated?

Has anyone participated in the Long Ridge Writers Group and graduated? Topic: Magazine article writing lesson
June 15, 2019 / By Olivia
Question: I am considering their program as they tell me I passed their writing test and have the aptitude to write. It would be a class on writing articles and short stories and they guarantee that I will have one manuscript suitable to submit for publication by the end of the class. I am looking for input from anyone who has experience with Long Ridge Writers Group. Thank you.
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Madonna Madonna | 9 days ago
I'm a graduate of The Insititute of Children's Literature, part of Long Ridge. I published my first magazine article by lesson 6. This is a reputable school with excellent instructors and material. You are basically tutored. The cost is amazingly low for what you get.
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Madonna Originally Answered: Has anyone participated in the Long Ridge Writers Group and graduated?
I'm a graduate of The Insititute of Children's Literature, part of Long Ridge. I published my first magazine article by lesson 6. This is a reputable school with excellent instructors and material. You are basically tutored. The cost is amazingly low for what you get.
Madonna Originally Answered: Has anyone participated in the Long Ridge Writers Group and graduated?
Yes, I am a graduate of Long Ridge Writers Group. It was a very interesting experience. I haven't gotten anything published yet; (my fault, not theirs, I just haven't had time) They tell you up front they can't guarantee you will get published, but they do give you an awesome booklet with thousands of magazines to choose from (this is included in the cost along with the rest of your materials and your tutor. I took this in 2009, graduated in 2010. (You can go at your own pace...within reason, there are deadlines on the assignment but they are reasonable deadlines.) It cost the money of one paycheck....so considering what you get, I don't think it was that expensive. Mary Lacey

Keren-Happuch Keren-Happuch
Yes, I am a graduate of Long Ridge Writers Group. It was a very interesting experience. I haven't gotten anything published yet; (my fault, not theirs, I just haven't had time) They tell you up front they can't guarantee you will get published, but they do give you an awesome booklet with thousands of magazines to choose from (this is included in the cost along with the rest of your materials and your tutor. I took this in 2009, graduated in 2010. (You can go at your own pace...within reason, there are deadlines on the assignment but they are reasonable deadlines.) It cost the money of one paycheck....so considering what you get, I don't think it was that expensive. Mary Lacey
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Jackaline Jackaline
A friend of mine finished it and she was happy with it. I haven't talked to her since she said that she was glad she did it, but her experience was positive.
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Jackaline Originally Answered: Has anyone graduated from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology?
You stand no chance on getting in any legitimate graduate program. Your school is a Corinthian college, so your "degree" is not worth the paper is written on. In order to qualify for graduate or post graduate school, you would need to have graduated from a legitimate, accredited educational institution, not a for profit, online garbage one. If you want a "masters" from such a garbage online for profit school no one would hire you. No one. Employers know. No APA accreditation means that you will be great at your cashier position.

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