Hi, I'm new here. I plan on starting flight training at a part 141 flight school (I prefer to keep the school anonymous). I have done my research on flight schools and visited several. I am cautious about being scammed like many new students. I have a couple questions. 1. I was told by the school that they don't owe me a private pilot license just because I took the lessons. I see that two ways; either they are being transparent and setting the right expectation that It all comes down to me and that I am responsible for my success by showing up consistently and doing my due diligence on the ground and away from school. I understand many students don't take training as seriously as they should and they rack up hours or never finish. I also understand most pilots in training don't finish at the FAA minimums. So my expectations are realistic. On the other hand I feel I was set up to the notion that I will rack up hours for the school and the CFI's flight hours on my dime. What do you guys think? 2.In addition to the FAA class one medical would it be a good idea to go to a Ophthalmologist as well? I don't want to find out down the line when I am getting a commercial that I can't fly at night for example. 3. The flight hours with instruction are 30 hours and 5 hours solo. This is a part 141 school. I have heard pilots going solo at 12 to 15 hours. I am guessing the difference must be part 141 vs. part 61? Thank you.