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Hi Forum,
It was my mistake, where i have entered wrong dateofbirth while applying PAR for my Bachelors degree, with the same date of birth, i got my result
It is Actually 24 Nov, by mistake i have typed it as 21 Nov. I got my PAR result positive with Level 7, but the only problem is the DOB.
I got one more PostGraduation Diploma qualification validated successfully where i have given correct date of birth

Will there be any impact if i apply for EOI without rectifying the date of birth for my bachelors degree?

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Hi Forum, It was my mistake, where i have entered wrong dateofbirth while applying PAR for my Bachelors degree, with the same date of birth, i got my result It is Actually 24 Nov, by mistake i have typed it as 21 Nov. I got my PAR result positive with Level 7, but the only problem is the DOB. I got one more PostGraduation Diploma qualification validated successfully where i have given correct date of birth Will there be any impact if i apply for EOI without rectifying the date of birth for my bachelors degree? Thanks.
I very much doubt it will cause you any issues, but if you're worried just ring or email NZQA and ask for the assessment to be updated with your correct DOB.
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Email them with ur case number or application number. I forgot to add some job history on my submitted wnd selected EOI and was worried bcuz the claimed job years dont match the job history years.

I emailed them , then two weeks later when my selected EOI was being checked I got an email asking for the missing details , one day later I got the ITA.

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Thanks verymuch escapedtonz and simpe me for getting back on this
I have sent out email to nzqa refering my problem.
In the mean time, can i go ahead with EOI? Any suggestions?

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Thanks verymuch escapedtonz and simpe me for getting back on this I have sent out email to nzqa refering my problem. In the mean time, can i go ahead with EOI? Any suggestions?
I'd wait a few days to see if you get a response from nzqa.
The next EOI selection is the 16th October so you have 1 week till that time anyway.
How many points are you claiming ?

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I'd wait a few days to see if you get a response from nzqa.
The next EOI selection is the 16th October so you have 1 week till that time anyway.
How many points are you claiming ?

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