Those who are not interested at all to go to school and get a proper education. People who are going to school and not interested and making the atmosphere and experience bad for others.
Just pay attention to how much it costs before you sign up.
A person who is not driven to succeed, should not attend this college. This school is for those that want a future and are willing to work hard to succeed.
People who should not attend this school are anyone that can't go to school for 6 hours a day or concentrate on skills necessary to learn to work on airplanes from electrical, to hydraulics, to actual structure of an airplane.
One with hard driven predjudices and severe learning disabilities or severe language barriers.
A person wishing to attend this school should be self-motivated and have a strong desire to pursue their passions.
It doesn't matter what school a person attends, you can't expect the work to be done for you. The faculty and staff can open doors for you, but its up to you to walk through those doors.
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