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I received below response from Engineers Australia on my CDR assessment.

In reviewing your application and the documentary evidence you have provided in your application I can offer two possible outcomes:
1) Professional Electronics Engineer (233411), based on your Bachelor degree, with Relevant Skilled Employment from 2007 to date; OR
2) Professional Telecommunications Engineer (263311), based on the combination of your Bachelor and Masters degree, with Relevant Skilled Employment from 2012 to date.
Please review both options and advise which outcome you wish to pursue when you submit your outstanding documents.
I have proficient English level, with PTE-A L-79, R-82, S-65, W-90, so I'm claiming 10 points.

If I choose option 1, my occupation will be Electronics Engineer with more than 8 years working experience, giving me total points of 65.

If I choose option 2, my occupation will be Telecommunication Engineer with 5 years of working experience, giving me total points of 60.

As we know Electronics Engineer is pro rata and flagged occupation, I am more inclined to pursue option 2.

However I would like to hear more opinions and advice from here. Everyone, pls advise, thanks much.
 

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I received below response from Engineers Australia on my CDR assessment.



I have proficient English level, with PTE-A L-79, R-82, S-65, W-90, so I'm claiming 10 points.

If I choose option 1, my occupation will be Electronics Engineer with more than 8 years working experience, giving me total points of 65.

If I choose option 2, my occupation will be Telecommunication Engineer with 5 years of working experience, giving me total points of 60.

As we know Electronics Engineer is pro rata and flagged occupation, I am more inclined to pursue option 2.

However I would like to hear more opinions and advice from here. Everyone, pls advise, thanks much.
Could you please let me know which supporting documents you submitted along with the application?
 

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If they have given you enough time to think, you can wait till July and see may be Electronis Engineer will come in new List. After you can make a decision
 
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Could you please let me know which supporting documents you submitted along with the application?
I submitted as per instructions in the MSA booklet. The third party employment proof usually from government, so will be different from country to country.
 

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If they have given you enough time to think, you can wait till July and see may be Electronis Engineer will come in new List. After you can make a decision
Thanks for the input.

Does anyone know for Telecommunications Engineer, 5 points extra will make huge difference in getting the invitation?
 

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I received below response from Engineers Australia on my CDR assessment.



I have proficient English level, with PTE-A L-79, R-82, S-65, W-90, so I'm claiming 10 points.

If I choose option 1, my occupation will be Electronics Engineer with more than 8 years working experience, giving me total points of 65.

If I choose option 2, my occupation will be Telecommunication Engineer with 5 years of working experience, giving me total points of 60.

As we know Electronics Engineer is pro rata and flagged occupation, I am more inclined to pursue option 2.

However I would like to hear more opinions and advice from here. Everyone, pls advise, thanks much.
telecommunication engineers was not in pro-rata, but all invites for this occupation are exhausted till now, it is good in comparison to electronics engineers
 

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Go for telecommunication engineer and if electronics engineering remained on MLTSSL and you found it easier to be invited as an electronics engineer, you can apply for informal review to request reassessment by EA as an electronics engineer.
 
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