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    Stupid question but hey, I always ask em.

    I'm doing the last minute rush job to get my application complete and I'm filling in the form now. I've got to the tricky part about your Degree Specialisation, now, my specialisation doesn't fit in the alotted space so what the hell do I do?

    I'm not just going to put "Computer Game" because they'll think I'm having a laugh.

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    could always put in "Computer Science" or some such, and explain it later. After all, it's all programming, at some level.
    "Apparently, this is the price I pay for years of screwing with Super-Science."
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    Ahh. doesn't look like it matters anyway. I'm boned. I had no idea that I needed to supply a reference fom my doctor saying I'm fit to go.

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    On the US form, it's a self-evaluation. You only need a reference if you've been hospitallized/committed, as far as I can tell... :?:
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigredgoofball
    On the US form, it's a self-evaluation. You only need a reference if you've been hospitallized/committed, as far as I can tell... :?:
    On the form I have it says:

    4. Have you ever been treated for any serious mental, emotional, nervous or eating disorders or for depression? Please select Y for yes if you have been treated for any of the above, and then please provide details as to the conditions, treatments and when they occurred. If not, please select N for no. Please be aware that any false information or information withheld will jeopardise your application and result in disqualification.

    5. If you answered Yes to Question 4 please enclose a note on headed paper from your psychiatrist, therapist or doctor supporting your application for the JET Programme. This letter should clearly state whether you are fit for life in Japan as an ALT or CIR. Do not forget to include details of the name and address of the psychiatrist, therapist or
    doctor concerned in order for us to request a confidential report if necessary.

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    My degree wouldn't fit in the box so I just wrote outside the box too lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davelina_Jolie
    I'm doing the last minute rush job to get my application complete and I'm filling in the form now. I've got to the tricky part about your Degree Specialisation, now, my specialisation doesn't fit in the alotted space so what the hell do I do?

    I'm not just going to put "Computer Game" because they'll think I'm having a laugh.
    I felt that putting Tekken3 would be going a bit far, so I just wrote English Literature.

    I will fuck you up as Xiayou.

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    Yoshimitsu wins!!!

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