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KID's Comment
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I'm to the point where I'm gonna call Amanda and tell her to send me somewhere else or figure something out. I'm not the only one.

Big Scott (CFI's biggest 's Comment
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You must be patient. practice. If your trailer is close on the sight side you should be good. Those people teaching you have many years of experience. Ask for some extra help.

HOS:

Hours Of Service

HOS refers to the logbook hours of service regulations.
Don's Comment
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Please, by all means and call Amanda and tell her to send you "somewhere else." I am sure CFI's management will bend to their knees to your request. You are in no position to be making demands to CFI. Not now, as a student, nor later as a possible driver hired by them. Seems the only thing you have done in this thread is complain about how awful CFI's training and/or instructors are. I trained in Joplin, and everything about their school was very good. I highly doubt there is such a huge difference between the two schools. If you are having issues, I will bet that CFI isn't the cause.

I'm to the point where I'm gonna call Amanda and tell her to send me somewhere else or figure something out. I'm not the only one.

KID's Comment
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Thanks Big Scott I'll try also I wasn't the only one to complain🤷 I clearly stated that. But once again pushing forward, fake it till I make it 👍

IDMtnGal 's Comment
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Thanks Big Scott I'll try also I wasn't the only one to complain🤷 I clearly stated that. But once again pushing forward, fake it till I make it 👍

Go back to page 3 and read Don's comment about schooling there and Big Scott's comment about your school. LET IT SINK IN. Then be glad it wasn't Old School who gave you a lecture!

This is the 2d time you have threatened to call Amanda. Do it or suck up your "bad" school and get with the program! So what if others complain....that's on them. It really has nothing to do with you if you want it bad enough. Your complaining about the "bad" school is taking away your ability to learn, whether you learn slow or quick.

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Rhino's Comment
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Yes they are so horrible and bad that others have gone through it and passed, so horrible. Stop being a sheep. Grow up.

Thanks Big Scott I'll try also I wasn't the only one to complain🤷 I clearly stated that. But once again pushing forward, fake it till I make it 👍

PackRat's Comment
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It's an awful school compared to what? All the other driving schools you've attended?

By the way, there is NO faking it out here.

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Anne A. (G13Momcat)'s Comment
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I'm to the point where I'm gonna call Amanda and tell her to send me somewhere else or figure something out. I'm not the only one.

Have you not obtained Big Scott's contact info from his profile? I know, TT frowns on this, but sometimes...it's just necessary. Some of us are just able to 'find people' anyhow.

Really, Kiddo.

Contact Scott.

Or, me. I've got kids your age; so does Harvey C.

No dis, just ... do this!

~ Anne ~

Big Scott (CFI's biggest 's Comment
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Kid,

The others don't matter as far as you're concerned. They are not taking your test or making your money. Get you. Ask the instructors for help. Don't worry about the others. You are only responsible for you.

You are upset because you are having a harder time getting it. Toughen up. You are in trucking boot camp. There is nobody to hold your hand in trucking. You would hate me as a trainer, I expect my students to learn. They have 21 days to absorb all the info I give to them.

CFI is not going to put you in another school because you are having the same problems as everyone else.

You have to get you.

KID's Comment
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Okay, today the instructors weren't really instructing anyone, but managed to do my off set parrelel BY MYSELF. thank you guys for listening to my whining.

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