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Make it very clear to your teacher what your goals are. If you don't know what your goals are, that's a good place to start at your next lesson: work with your teacher to set some.

Once your teacher knows where you want to go, they can point you in the right direction easier. Don't let your teacher guess, or you'll get their opinion of where they think you want to go, which not the most efficient way to learn as they won't be exactly right.

Also, I agree that scales aren't the best place to start. They're very useful, but they're not always fun, and you'll likely get discouraged fast if you're not playing actual music for the first month or two until you nail all the scales.
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