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#1 Post by djdenyer »

Hi,

I've messed up my application form a little bit :-?
Is there any chance I can get anew one from the AFCO say my bag was stolen or summat?

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Dan
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#2 Post by digitalfreefall »

Just tell them you need a new one, im sure your not the only one to have filled in the wrong info etc.

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#3 Post by mfat_man »

djdenyer wrote:Hi,

I've messed up my application form a little bit :-?
Is there any chance I can get anew one from the AFCO say my bag was stolen or summat?

Cheers
Dan
Just be honest and tell them you need a new one.. shouldn't be a problem :wink:

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#4 Post by fro83 »

yeah tell them you need a new one, could do it in pencil first then go over in pen!
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#5 Post by jonno2006 »

hey,

yeh i made a right pigs ear of mine first time round. just go back and ask for 2 or three in case you mess up again. not a problem.

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#6 Post by fo0q »

like everyone has said just ask for another.

what i have done though is photocopy every page and done a rough copy on that so i can make sure the proper version is perfect.

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#7 Post by Brian- »

Wow I never knew people took so many precautions before filling in a form!

Just relax, pick up the pen, and breathe.... :lol:

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#8 Post by james_m »

Brian- wrote:Wow I never knew people took so many precautions before filling in a form!

Just relax, pick up the pen, and breathe.... :lol:
.....then write! :D :wink: :roll:

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#9 Post by digitalfreefall »

Always best to write it out on a bit of blank A4 first, It wont be a problem, When i was at the Glasgow AFCO one CPO was laughing at a guy who handed one in with spelling mistakes.

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#10 Post by djdenyer »

cheers guys, I thought as much :D
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#11 Post by jimbob »

A few months ago when i was in my AFCO just at the start of the application process, some random came in to the office and said he was interested in the marines, he got given a form to fill out and a couple of minutes later the recruiting advisor said "whats wrong son, you look confused"....... the guy didn't know his own address, whats that all about.
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#12 Post by digitalfreefall »

Probably a tinker.

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