Sounds like someone has a case of the, "mommy its not what I thought it was." I attended UTI, finished FORD FACT and BMW FastTrack. I now make more money and have a much more solid understanding of automotive technology. Sure I learned vast amounts more actually turning wrenches. You are not applying yourself. I have seen too many guys/gals like yourself. Turning wrenches, diagnostics, and understanding cars is very underrated in terms of difficulty.
School is for teaching fundamentals, its up to you to apply yourself. I know plenty of UTI grad master, journeymen, apprentice techs who demand/recieve more money simply for being properly educated.
Not being able to pay your student loans is YOUR responsibility. Read contracts, read between the lines. This is the real world. Everything worth having is hard work. Plenty more are achieving then the ones who have time to come *** of a program they didn't apply themselves too. Why on earth would Porsche, BMW, Mercedes Benz, Honda, Ford, GM, Toyota, Cummins, Freightliner, ETC. trust UTI to train techs to fill their dealerships if it was simply better to grab random lube techs and train them. Its about molding you into a hard working technician who is ready for a lifetime of learning.
If you can't cut it, go back to grandpas garage and mess up his cars. Personally diagnosing and repairing BMWs/MB is the most rewarding/difficult problem solving I have done in my life. Like I said VASTLY underated job field. Mechanics are parts changers, Technicians understand, diag, repair.
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