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where going to college

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UTI.EDU
UTI is a 51 week program you can learn how to diagnose and repair part for cars to make them work. You will learn everything from the basics : engine systems, and computerized fuel injection.
To be able to join UTI you first have to have a high school degree.
Facts
UTI is one of the best automotive school around,
once you have completed the course, you have a
higher chance of getting a job than any other schools.
PROFESSION
THANK YOU FOR WATCHING
From Daniel Rodriguez & Jonathan Cobian

We're going to college
Nearest Location
The nearest UTI college is in Long Beach, California
The people at UTI do not see it as a job they see it as a profession and the differents between a profession and a jod is that a profession is something that you achieve once you have complete college and you have studied it for a career.
To join UTI all you need is a high school digree and a mind set to work with the newest cars
The thing that you should do in high school
is go to UTI is to start off with chop shop so
you can see different modols of cars.
The most important class that you
should pass is math because working with cars needs math to see what angle to put in the engine and to see
how much power to add or how much
power to take off the car so it car go fast.
MIDDLE SCHOOL
TO JOIN UTI
HIGH SCHOOL
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