Many new students were embarrassed, they always sat in the back of row but I had to sit down at the front row because I wanted to see closer. My major was photographer but I had to change to keypunch career.
Then, I got a job and I worked and typed 8 hours a day daily and 40 hours weekly for 3 years.
But he advised me to sit at the front row where I could see closer on the board or teacher's sign language. And, my first year of NITD College was fine but sometimes difficult with focus vision like when I had a problem when I was in High school time, too. Then second year, I had to take my eyes exam with color dots book if I could see gray to colors dots each pages but I failed to read color dots.
They know my mom very well just like my vision issue.
These are organizations that will use methods to keep you as long as possible as a paid customer, or those who ask far too much money for their services.
or those that insist in a aggressive way to buy products or services from them which you never need.
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About my school, I was little boy until College times and I always sat down on the front row.So, the chance is present, but if you prepare yourself in a proper way, the risk of being scammed can be reduced to almost zero.One of my favorite quoted expression is: "By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail." (Benjamin Franklin - 1706-1790) But there are also many variants, that are 'close' to swindle practices, but not (yet) labeled as real illegal organizations.It's you who has to make the choices, but making the wrong choice can cost you a lot of money.Better be sure than sorry, so don't leave right now, we are not finished yet.