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    Hi guys!

    I only have a black and white cotton dress which is really thick and some black tights (the dress looks very professional and business attire). is this Okay to wear for the OJE and interview?? Because I don't have a plain white top or anything, all the tops I have are not appropriate for an interview, I mean I have a blazer but what would I wear underneath if I don't have a nice top to go with it if that makes sense lol, so I would love to go with a dress instead, but is that okay? They say I need to wear smart Business attire for example, a light colored shirt and dark trousers/skirt! They mention nothing about dresses.. so that's why I'm asking, I'm just confused xD

    Plus, I'm so nervous, what do I do on the OJE and what questions will they ask me? I have no idea if this is a good idea, because from what I've heard everyone that works at McDonald's dreads going to work!

    Plus, I find it difficult to memorize things (dyslexia) so how will I be able to work at Mcdonald's and remember customers orders? So i'm in doubt :/

    Should I even bother going to the interview and the OJE?

    I would appreciate if someone could help me out a little!
 
 
 
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