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http://tinyurl.com/44de2cs The first page, first answer, is me saying the exact same thing I just told you.OsoVega said:Thanks but I honestly can't think of keywords that would bring me this information. Even "military proficiency" doesn't return anything of relevance. Also, would that mean a high school graduate with no university degree is unlikely to be accepted or that high school marks have a significant effect? My attempts at searches haven't returned an answer for this question.
Well, that depends on how many university graduates apply for the same ncm position you're applying for. Obviously they would have an advantage over you in the previous educational background criteria, however, that is only one factor in determining your MP score. The interview and CFAT score are much more relevant. I believe it's broken down 60% Interview, 20% CFAT, and 20% Previous Education, but don't quote me on that. I applied and got a job offer in just under 5 months with a high-school diploma, but I did extremely well on my interview and CFAT.