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You don't have to be "fancy" to get 820 granted :)


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Red face You don't have to be "fancy" to get 820 granted :)

I know the application process is incredibly stressful. I think I got a few grey hairs. I worried about every little thing! I was worried my application wouldn't look professional enough.
You see, I had no internet or printer at home to work with. I can't tell you how many hours I spent at the public library and how much money I put into their printer/copiers lol. But sometimes I couldn't make it to the library. A lot of my stuff was hand written. My table of contents was handwritten in colored markers I believe. I didn't use divider tabs. I just used different color sheets of paper from the arts and crafts aisle of the store to separate my sections.
Applying without a computer at home is difficult, but it can be done!
And all my worries went away when I was granted the 820
Hope this encourages some people. You can do it!

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