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An application form is asking to give an analysis of a current affairs issue. Is that just saying what happened? please help me- I'm not to bright
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eg pick a current news topic, like bushs inauguration today and discuss the effect of his re-election on america and its policy.
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Is it for the FCO?
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Is it for the FCO?
yeah, have you applied? i'm leaving it a bit late - its gotta go from belfast to london by Monday and im in the middle of my mocks! agh!!!!!!!
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Why do you have to do it?
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(Original post by Lord Huntroyde)
Why do you have to do it?
because;
A) I want to work in EU/UN/Diplomatic Service (there's no equivalent in NI)
B) I want to study languages and that would show I'm serious
C) I want to go to London!!!!!
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