They are average trainers and will tell you all the tricks to pass the test like any other training school.However one striking difference is their awfully bad behavior. They are extremely rude! "Not courteous" will be a big understatement. They have the belief that they themselves are the perfect human beings on earth and rest of the world are idiots and morons. I dealt with 2 trainers from the school - Ajay himself and Leena, his wife and both embody rudeness.If you want to pass the test - no matter if the trainer insults you and drives you to tears - you should go to them leaving your self-esteem and self-respect at home.If you have any self dignity, never ever go there.
40 Journal Square PlzJersey City, NJ 07306
From Business: Branford Hall Career Institute is an accredited private vocational school with a 45-year history of providing career education in the fields of allied health, bus…
I had contacted them to take their car for my test since mine didn't have a hand brake between the passenger and driver seat. I wanted to also drive around in their car for familiarizing myself with the car for the day of the test.They charged me $150 for renting the car for 20 mins and practicing in it.However I didn’t have a very good experience with them. I had read mixed reviews about them and mostly about how some of the trainers at AJAY DRIVING SCHOOL are extremely rude and non-courteous. But since there were some ok reviews (a few), I decided to try them out because I anyways was not taking a full time driving lesson from them and it was only a couple of hours. - to them…get your act straight, you are not doing the customers a favor…. you are charging them a lot for your car already, no one need to tolerate your attitude. Even if one tries to ask them a question, they don’t answer back. They ARE CONSTANTLY on the phone, even when they are trying to teach you. AVOID
The instructors were little rude but they noticed my weaknesses and made me practiced well. I finally got thru my test. I recommend.