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Kambata



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PostSubject: Language certification not full   Mon Apr 20, 2015 1:18 pm

Hello,

I am preparing the documentation to upload for the Oct 2015 traineeship.

I have my proofs for English, Dutch, French, German

However I also have a very good level of Russian and Polish.
Russian I studied by myself for several years, the language is close to my native Bulgarian. It would be a lie to ignore the language in the application process, but i got no formal proof of it.
Polish I also studied without any courses My partner is Polish and I speak the language almost on daily basis. Same holds here, I would like if I say i do not know the language.

Any suggestions? I think I will explain the above in a signed declaration attached to the PDF file.
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Werther1774



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Join date : 2015-04-13

PostSubject: Re: Language certification not full   Mon Apr 20, 2015 1:58 pm

Kambata wrote:
Hello,

I am preparing the documentation to upload for the Oct 2015 traineeship.

I have my proofs for English, Dutch, French, German

However I also have a very good level of Russian and Polish.
Russian I studied by myself for several years, the language is close to my native Bulgarian. It would be a lie to ignore the language in the application process, but i got no formal proof of it.
Polish I also studied without any courses My partner is Polish and I speak the language almost on daily basis. Same holds here, I would like if I say i do not know the language.

Any suggestions? I think I will explain the above in a signed declaration attached to the PDF file.


I think you only need to provide certificates if you stated in your application that you have passed a certain test. If you did not Claim that you hold a certain diploma then you cannot and do not have to provide it. I think that the eligibility test is just to see whether what you wrote in your application is correct or not. Thus, a signed declaration will probably not hurt but I do not see the benefit of it, given that this explanation is already in your application.
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Kambata



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PostSubject: Re: Language certification not full   Mon Apr 20, 2015 2:10 pm

I am just afraid they may reject my application if i do not provide proofs. I have not stated that I have any formal level of the languages, just used the A, B, C grading... plus i put short comments saying that I have studied those languages on my own.

Thanks for the reply , i hope you are right
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