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EP Application Stressed about result

Post by bigshaq75 » Thu, 13 Sep 2018 4:15 am

Hello guys ,
I applied for a software developer job in a company in Singapore and got the job,
They started EP process for me , but I'm not sure about if it will be ok or no ,
I worked last year for one year in a big company (fortune 50),
was working as a freelancer for 2 years,
started and failed a startup,

I have a bachelor , and an associate's degree , and I did make a small formation this year but it doesnt' give any degree at the end it was a very partial time at uni.

Also I've been advised to put my bachelor only since it's the higher degree , was it a good Idea ?

I'm from Europe , and i'm 24 salary is > 4000 SGD$
What do you think about this application ?
Thanks

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Re: EP Application Stressed about result

Post by singaporeflyer » Thu, 13 Sep 2018 11:17 am

bigshaq75 wrote:Hello guys ,
I applied for a software developer job in a company in Singapore and got the job,
They started EP process for me , but I'm not sure about if it will be ok or no ,
I worked last year for one year in a big company (fortune 50),
was working as a freelancer for 2 years,
started and failed a startup,

I have a bachelor , and an associate's degree , and I did make a small formation this year but it doesnt' give any degree at the end it was a very partial time at uni.

Also I've been advised to put my bachelor only since it's the higher degree , was it a good Idea ?

I'm from Europe , and i'm 24 salary is > 4000 SGD$
What do you think about this application ?
Thanks
Did you try the Self Assessment Tool (SAT)?

https://services.mom.gov.sg/sat/satcontroller

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Re: EP Application Stressed about result

Post by bigshaq75 » Thu, 13 Sep 2018 11:38 am

singaporeflyer wrote:
bigshaq75 wrote:Hello guys ,
I applied for a software developer job in a company in Singapore and got the job,
They started EP process for me , but I'm not sure about if it will be ok or no ,
I worked last year for one year in a big company (fortune 50),
was working as a freelancer for 2 years,
started and failed a startup,

I have a bachelor , and an associate's degree , and I did make a small formation this year but it doesnt' give any degree at the end it was a very partial time at uni.

Also I've been advised to put my bachelor only since it's the higher degree , was it a good Idea ?

I'm from Europe , and i'm 24 salary is > 4000 SGD$
What do you think about this application ?
Thanks
Did you try the Self Assessment Tool (SAT)?

https://services.mom.gov.sg/sat/satcontroller
Yes . Both eligible for S pass and EP pass

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Re: EP Application Stressed about result

Post by singaporeflyer » Thu, 13 Sep 2018 1:44 pm

bigshaq75 wrote:
singaporeflyer wrote:
bigshaq75 wrote:Hello guys ,
I applied for a software developer job in a company in Singapore and got the job,
They started EP process for me , but I'm not sure about if it will be ok or no ,
I worked last year for one year in a big company (fortune 50),
was working as a freelancer for 2 years,
started and failed a startup,

I have a bachelor , and an associate's degree , and I did make a small formation this year but it doesnt' give any degree at the end it was a very partial time at uni.

Also I've been advised to put my bachelor only since it's the higher degree , was it a good Idea ?

I'm from Europe , and i'm 24 salary is > 4000 SGD$
What do you think about this application ?
Thanks
Did you try the Self Assessment Tool (SAT)?

https://services.mom.gov.sg/sat/satcontroller
Yes . Both eligible for S pass and EP pass
Your salary range is on the border. So, you have to wait and see.

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