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About franklin2

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  1. franklin2

    Points calculation

    Hi fellow forum members. I am not very clear about the 10point that is awarded for 'award or qualification assessed by the skilled assessing body'. What kind of award or qualification do they meant? I am referring to the 189,190 and 489 visas.
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    Visa 189 invitation!

    Hi atlas. Did you apply for visa with ielts academic?
  3. Hi mates, I did the pte practice test not quite long and scored the following- speaking 47, listening 66, writing 70 and reading 51. My real test will come up on 20th of oct. Please, what do you suggest I do to improve on these scores. I need 65 in each. Thanks all.
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    Any one done The Pearsons English Test Yet?

    Hi Lovejarora, Please what material(s) did you use for the PTE practice. I also want to write the exams. Thank you as I await your response.
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    Any one done The Pearsons English Test Yet?

    Hi Supercow. I will be grateful if I can get the practice CD and CDrom from you. How do I go about it? Thanks in advance.
  6. franklin2

    Job Experience

    Thank you Ozmaniac.
  7. franklin2

    Job Experience

    Sorry wanted to ask if I can gain points for my 3 years work experience, even though it ended 2011.
  8. franklin2

    Job Experience

    Hi Everyone, I am new to this forum. I have a questions bordering me and would like to get more lights on it. I have 3 years of work experience in the field of chemical engineering that was 2008 to 2011, I also graduated as a chemical engineer. I started my masters degree in process engineering from 2011 to 2013. After this, I started working not as a chemical nor as a process engineer but in a job related to mechanical equipment. Now I need to have my experience assessed by EA. Will they still recognise my 3 years experience as a chemical engineer, even though it ended 2011? Also will my master's degree (process engineer) be considered? Thank you.