I took the evening class at AMTI during the summer. It wasn't too bad. The equipment seems really old, but it is because they pump so many classes through that it gets a ton of use. I didn't find the class very hard, pretty common sense stuff. As in 80% of the time the answer is tell your nurse. They give you 2 chances to pass each test. If you fail 2 tests and retakes, but continue to keep coming to class they will let you take the next class for free. There were a couple of people in my class that struggled through the whole course. They didn't fail 2 retakes, but the school felt they wouldn't pass boards so they wouldn't let them take them. That's how they keep their pass rates so high. The instructor was kind of weird, but he was nice and took the time to make sure you got everything right. They will keep you for the entire length of the class, even if you finish up early because there are a set number of in person hours you need for state boards. I took boards in August and passed the first time. It is helpful to practice in the rooms that you will actually be tested in because you already know where everything is. I have yet to start actually working as a CNA, but that is because I haven't really been looking. Lol. AMTI was by far the cheapest and fastest option to get the CNA. I would probably go there again to get my CNA.