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Old 01-07-2011, 12:45 PM
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ACS Skill assessment - abstract from thesis required?

Hello, i'm new to this forum, i'm about to apply for the Skill Assessment required for the visa application, by ACS (Australian Computer Society)
One of the requirements for the SA is an abstract from the master thesis. Anyone knows what exactly is required? How many pages? Which pages to chose?
I would be grateful for any information.


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Old 01-07-2011, 03:34 PM
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I'd expect that what you need to look at is what part of your thesis will be the best display of the skill level you have developed for that is what the ACS assessor would be looking for.





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I just started to wonder if an abstract is not a synonyme for a short summary.. and started to worry that without an agent it will be very hard to gather all the documents in the required form...


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I do not know that an agent is going to be all that good on knowing too much about thesises and it really depends on the nature of your thesis, but yes summarising it is another concept of abstract and when you dee many organisational/government papers/reports/articles there is often what they call an executive summary for the people who do not have the time to read all nor technical capacity to absorb.
In this case you have assessors with technical capacity and so whilst a summary is still good, if there are key components of your thesis work that demonstrate your skill more so than other parts, then a summary could be supplemented by inclusions of various extracts.





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