Student and alumni reviews are crucial to future bootcampers who are researching code schools, and we’re proud that over 5,000 grads have used Course Report to review their experience at 350+ bootcamps around the world.
And while we value anonymous reviews, our readers (and the industry) have been asking for more verification in the review process. So we recently introduced verified reviews – alumni reviews that are submitted with a valid email address and linked to a LinkedIn or GitHub account to prove that the reviewer applied to, attended, or graduated from the school they’re reviewing.
This process adds a little more weight and credibility to alumni reviews on Course Report, and gives future bootcampers even more insight into the coding bootcamp experience. You can still leave an unverified review, but our readers will put more trust in verified, non-anonymous reviews.
Help a future student by leaving a verified review of your coding bootcamp experience before June 30, 2018. You'll be entered to win a $500 Amazon Giftcard!
Entries will be accepted online from January 1, 2018 until June 30, 2018. All online entries must be received by June 30, 2018, 11:59 PM EST.
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