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Doubt on RPL


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Old 03-29-2016, 12:14 PM
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Hello senior members,

This is the reply i got from Australia ACS application:

"Your qualifications have been assessed as meeting the ACS educational requirements, however we would like to provide you the opportunity to change your application type to a Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) in order to be awarded an earlier skilled level requirement met date.

If you would like to proceed under the current application type skills your skilled date would be reported on as 03/09.

If you would like to change your application type to RPL as recommended and your RPL was successful the skilled date would be reported on as 03/06"


I have Masters degree in IT from Australia from 2004-2006 and from March 2007 I am working Full time continuously till current date in USA

Based on above reply from Australia ACS...Could anyone please answer this as well:

1. So As Per this if i submit my RPL Project report and if that is successful i get extra 5 points as they will use skill met date = March 2006?

2.Most Important If RPL Project i submitted is a failure because they did not like the report i just loose that extra 5 points and no other Risk to my existing previous application and i get skill met date = March 2009?

4. Last option if i decide not to submit RPL at all i just loose that extra 5 points only i guess and they will issue skill met date = March 2009 and i get final 10 points instead of 15 points.

So in this scenario is it safe to say that this RPL idea is only giving me one option to gain extra 5 points if it works out and if it did not work out i loose nothing other than not receiving that extra 5 points?

I just wanted to make sure sir that by submitting RPL i am not messing anything else on my existing previous application.


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It sounds like they're giving you a chance to claim an earlier skilled date in order to get additional points. If your RPL was not successful, it would not affect the current skills assessment though. So it's up to you if you want to try to get the additional points.

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It sounds like they're giving you a chance to claim an earlier skilled date in order to get additional points. If your RPL was not successful, it would not affect the current skills assessment though. So it's up to you if you want to try to get the additional points.
Thank you for your kind reply...very appreciated please


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