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I was given a conditional offer subjected to background check and drug testing. I was instructed to removal my current associates degree listed because it is only "in progress" and not fully completed. I was also told to remove my Everest College graduate info and only list my high school information. So that is what I did. The high school that I attended told me that it was fully accredited and supplied me with a High School diploma and a transcript upon completion of the course studies and exam. I'm unsure if they are unaccredited or not. So my question is.... What can I do to get this over turned or have an appeal upheld. Or do I not have an legal option at this point.
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