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Multi Engine Commercial

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Hi, I have a question

I got my PPL and IR under part 141, I have 142 hours total. I'm planing changing schools because I'm having some issues with my school, but when I quote in other schools, they're telling me that I need 55 dual hours in ME airplane to get my Multi Engine Commercial license, I'm confused because in my school I need "Time Building" and 20 hours in the ME (minimum) and then I can do my checkride, obviously with all the requirements of XC, Instrument, etc.

They call the time building "Pre-Commercial" that includes 35 hrs solo XC and 15 hrs with a CFI in a complex airplane (Cessna 172RG) and then we can start with the training in the ME.

Can somebody help me because I don't know what to do, I already checked the FAR part 141, but in confuses me more, because I don't know if the requirements are only for the CPL or I can take some of the requirements of my previous flight experience 

As you can see I'm planing to get Multi Engine Commercial without Single Engine, because I don't need SEL.

Thanks

 

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