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Actually I thought of going via consultancy. Today I had a talk with them..Regarding the experience points they are saying something different what I read from this forum. I am BSc IT, working as a software tester.

They said ACS will cut my 4 years from my total 6 years, so i will not get any points for experience...

What they are saying is if you are from a non-computer background, they will cut 6 yrs of exp. If you are from a computer background, they will cut 4 yrs...

What is right???? what is the rule of deducting experience? I am in total confusion now... Now, I am planning to do by myself....
 

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No that's no exactly the case, 4 years deduction can happen for even IT graduate but not very likely, 4 years are deducted mostly for EE BSc's but applying for IT occupations..

You can go through the ACS-Processing thread.. you'll see lots of results there..

The rule is unless 65% if your courses are not related to your chosen occupation in some way, they gonna deduct 4 years, along with this, country of institution+how well you present your case also matters to keep the deduction as less as possible.
 
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No that's no exactly the case, 4 years deduction can happen for even IT graduate but not very likely, 4 years are deducted mostly for EE BSc's but applying for IT occupations..

You can go through the ACS-Processing thread.. you'll see lots of results there..

The rule is unless 65% if your courses are not related to your chosen occupation in some way, they gonna deduct 4 years, along with this, country of institution+how well you present your case also matters to keep the deduction as less as possible.
Thanks a lot Sunlight... I will do it myself instead of depending consultancy...
 
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