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Anonymous asked in Education & ReferenceOther - Education · 4 months ago

If someone flunks out of trade school do they most likely have a learning disability?

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  • martin
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    4 months ago
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    No. Trade school is no picnic. If someone is not inclined toward one of the trades, that person may flunk out because they would be better off in a regular high school.

    • samiamrd
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      3 months agoReport

      I think that you are confusing Bocies vs trade school.  Trade school is college level courses which train people to do the tasks but plan for the future.  One who fails out of bocies during highschool, fails high school.

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  • 4 months ago

    No. But it sounds like they've lacked an interest in what they're doing. Too many kids today need to be entertained by what they do instead of being INVESTED in what they do.

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  • 4 months ago

    Lack of interest and drug habit are also possibilities.

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  • 4 months ago

    It does not necessarily mean that they have a learning disability.  They might have chosen the wrong trade for them.  If they find something that they like, they will put in the time to make it right.  The right teacher can teach any Hockey Puck how to do something if the student wants to learn it.  If a student is not absorbing it, then they are most likely not interested in it.  Drugs and alcohol could also be in play when people fail out.

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  • 4 months ago

    yes. or a psych disorder. tech schools are probably designed for people with iq between 90 and 100. normal colleges are designed for people from 98 to 105 or so. grad schools are for 105-115. phd are for 115-125.

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