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Old 05-20-2013, 02:25 PM
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Hi everyone, would just like to hear peoples experience of their skills asessment?
Anybody went through ACS?
Not in the process at the moment but would be interesting to hear how they asess your qualifications?

Anybody had theirs refused?

I have a degree in Computing Studies, covered quite a broad range of subjects, probably more so programming web/database/developer, which these kinds of subjects are on the SOL. Due to personal preference I haven't pursued a career in this area so don't have any official work experience in using my qualification.

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Hi everyone, would just like to hear peoples experience of their skills asessment?
Anybody went through ACS?
Not in the process at the moment but would be interesting to hear how they asess your qualifications?

Anybody had theirs refused?

I have a degree in Computing Studies, covered quite a broad range of subjects, probably more so programming web/database/developer, which these kinds of subjects are on the SOL. Due to personal preference I haven't pursued a career in this area so don't have any official work experience in using my qualification.

Thanks
Carly
Hi Carly,

Again, another post from you on the topic.
nobody really knows anything about your qualification except you, and the best advice is to contact someone with details about your qualification and let them help you with the Skill Assessment.
The ACS have lots of material regarding skill assessments and documentation, so I would recommend you check that out first.

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