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ArmyVern said:I'm with Moe; has to be a co-op student to explain that. Also thinking ESL as someone who graduated high school with a 91% overall average wouldn't, I would think, have the number of grammatical and tense errors in their post that this pers did (or a grandpa 'almost forced' to go to war <--- in Canada??).
I was reviewing employment applications several years ago at a company I previously worked for, and was appalled at the quality of resumes and cover letters we had received.
One claimed that he had high marks in all of his high school and community college courses, and even went so far to include transcripts. Unfortunately I could not take the application seriously, as the cover letter was one long run on sentence. And it was obviously spell checked but not proof read as there were several instances of the wrong word being chosen. But the real kicker was that the job he was apparently applying for wasn't even the job we were hiring for (although he was otherwise qualified for the position).