How I Saved Time and Money as ESL student
Hey y’all, I’m Nikita.

I moved to LA a year ago to learn English. I picked LA 'cause it’s a big city with tons to do.

I was excited to start my classes, but I quickly realized I had made a mistake. The school was located in a far-off suburb, and it took me over an hour to get there each day.

By the time I finally got to school, I was exhausted. It was hard to get out of bed and drag myself to class. I didn’t have time to grab a coffee or a snack before class started, so I was usually hungry and tired.

The classes themselves were also boring as hell. We just followed the textbook and did exercises. I didn’t feel like I was learning anything new. I was just repeating the same things over and over again.

After a few months, I was burnt out. I was paying a lot of money for a school that wasn’t working for me.

I did some research to find a cheaper school, but I couldn’t find anything. Then I talked to a friend, and he told me about a school that he went to. It was a lot cheaper ($ 135 per week) than my old school, and I only had to go twice a week.

I decided to switch schools, and I’m so glad I did. My new school is way better. The classes are cool, and the teachers are really passionate about teaching English. We do fun activities outside of class, like going to museums and cultural events.

I’m finally learning English. I’m not stressed out about money anymore; I have time for food! And I’m actually having fun in class.

How my expenses have been reduced by transferring to another school:

  • My new school costs $135 a week, which is half the price of my old school. This means that I am saving $540 per month on tuition alone.
  • I used to go to school five days a week, but now I only go two. That means I'm saving about $50 a month on gas. And the time I'm saving is priceless!
  • My new school has free parking. This saves me around $20 per month on parking fees.
  • I got a discount for transferring from your old school ($100). And you will also receive this discount if you read to the end.
In total, I am saving $540 + $50 + $20 = $610 per month by transferring to my new school. This is a significant savings for me, and it allows me to put more money towards other things, such as traveling, investments and going out. I am currently saving up for a new car.

By the way, this school is located next to the ocean. And yet, there are other cheaper options. For example, study 4 days a week and it will cost $107 per week.

Do you want to save money and time too? I wrote a 5-Step Plan to Transfer to a New LA School for Free, leave your email and I will send it to you for free.
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