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| This school is boring. There is practically nothing to do in this town. Hard to find a job. The degree program really isn't worth taking. You can get a job with a diploma from this school. Everything sucks unless it has been donated to the school. All the school wants is your money and they give you only basic knowledge about cars. This knowledge can be learned by just looking through a Haynes Manual and fooling around with a car in your backyard. The tools are SO precious to the school. They do not loan tools out to anyone unless they are in the shop and even then they are only specialty tools and not common tools, like a ratchet set. The school doesn't know when to say no. They will accept anyone as long as you can sign your name in the application and pay a $50 application fee. Harder than hell to find a shop space to work on car in the shop. Shop is only open Monday thru Friday and you have to bring your own tools to work on your car. The dorms are from the 1960's and have not been updated. The dorms are also too small for the six people that they force to live in each dorm. |
|Jun 25 2008|| 1st Year Male --
Class 2010 |
| This scholl is EXACTLY what the recruiter told me and EXACTLY what the brochure and websire shows. I have been here a year and the training is superb.....lots of new equipment and small classes. This is a close knit family environment and my tuition is only 11,000 per year. Dorms are great and only 294 per month inclucing utilities.|
I love all the racing and the dirt track Everything is 1sy class!!This must be the best school in the country for auto and diesel and racing.
|Apr 16 2008|| 1st Year Male --
Class 2012 |