Expect long lines on the weekend if you come at 5 (when they open). HOWEVER, it seems like, no guarantee though, that right before 7 is the best time to come on the weekend. it's the same during the week at opening and sometimes at closing. If you show up at 5, expect to wait 30 minutes, why not just wait until 5:30 and come when the lines have died down a little. You might have to wait 5-10 minutes, but it's better than standing for 30 minutes, right? If you're a first timer, I'm not sure exactly about what days, I know it's during the week, but you gotta show up at 5, or at least that how it was when I signed up and expect the first day to take all morning 2-4 hours, maybe more. Once, you get signed up though, as long as you go to a core class every month and see your counselor, it's pretty much smooth sailing...IF you're serious about quitting
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