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How much time studying can I expect while pursuing my education for my career as an automobile mechanic?

I'm in 10th grade and I want to get a career where I can work on cars

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david’s Answer

That can be a challenging profession. There was a time when mechanics just focused on the mechanical parts of a car, but now with all the electronics and the coming of electric cars, the career can be exciting. I found this website that provides a constructive overview that I felt might be informative to you. https://mechanicbase.com/guides/how-to-become-mechanic/ I wish you well in this. And fun,
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Vicki’s Answer

To become an auto mechanic, it usually takes between 2 to 4 years, based on the route you decide to follow. You can either start a vocational program while you're still in high school, or you can opt to earn an associate degree or certificate from a community college or technical school. Plan to dedicate around 20 hours per week for studying. Great inquiries!
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