I want to be an auto mechanic do i need to graduate?
Well i want to be an auto mechanic but do i really need to graduate high school? I just want to work in one of those auto body shops and learn to fix a car and restore a car. I don't care how much i get paid i just want to do what i want to do which is learn to fix a car and use that skill to help others. Anyways, would i have to graduate? Or would it be possible to just learn about cars on my breaks and get jobs learning about how to fix cars?
Asked By: Mike - 3/9/2009
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I do not know your situation completely, however I must recommend that you graduate both high school and a technical college. Turning a wrench is something anyone can do. understanding how things work and why things are as they are is crucial to making an educated diagnosis and a proper repair. If you'd really like to... More
Answered By: funnymantwo - 3/9/2009
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Mike, I admire the fact that you know what you'd like to do in life, but you do need to finish high school. I know that diploma isn't what it used to be, but as an employer, it shows me that you are not a "quitter." If 2 guys were competing for one job opening, the guy who graduated will win everytime. Plus, you never... More
Answered By: dale b - 3/9/2009
yes, graduate, without that you will be so far behind later on in life.
Answered By: mdk68gto - 3/9/2009
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