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How should I fill an application form for Key Generic Skills (Physics or Astronomy)?

  1. Mar 28, 2012 #1
    Hi,
    Last semester, an Australian university from which I've earned my Graduate Certificate degree in astronomy asked me to fill an application form for “key generic skills” (equivalent to an undergraduate degree in physics or astronomy) in order to become eligible (if accepted) for pursuing my studies in university's Masters program in astronomy. I have no undergraduate degree in either physics or astronomy, but I have a 1-year period to fill this application form before earning my Graduate Diploma degree.
    Can anyone make it clear for me that how should I write up a report about my non-academic background in physics or astronomy in a manner which reflects my "Key Generic Skills"?

    Cheers
     
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