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    #1

    Would you mind?

    Pleas I need help, I am doing application for master degree and I need to answer this questions, but I need perfect grammatical answer

    Please describe briefly your primary and secondary education?

    My primary school was 9 years and secondry was 3 years and I earned the second high grade at both in my city.

    Where did you study/learn English?

    I had studied English during primary and secondary school, and I took English course for six months during my last year at collage.

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    #2

    Re: Would you mind?

    I am not an English teacher.

    A Master's Degree is a higher level academic qualification, and therefore you should elaborate further on your education history. The answers you are providing to these questions are perhaps too vague. I understand that the prompt asks you to describe your education "briefly", but your responses are too short - so much that they provide very little information.

    What you have is a good start - although there are a couple of grammatical errors and misspellings, such as "college" - but be sure to give more detail before submitting the application. For the first question, you could talk about where you were educated, qualifications you earned, subjects you studied and so on. However, avoid an answer which is too lengthy.

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    Re: Would you mind?

    Quote Originally Posted by nasserph View Post
    Please, I need some help, I am doing an application for a master's degree and I need to answer these questions, but I need perfect grammar in my application

    Please describe briefly your primary and secondary education?

    I spent 9 years in primary school followed by 3 years in secondary. I gained the second highest grade at both in the city where I live.

    Where did you study/learn English?

    I studied English during primary and secondary school, then I took an English course for six months during my last year at collage.
    You will not get far in your application with spelling errors and poor phrasing. I suggest you pay attention to these as well as grammar.

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    #4

    Re: Would you mind?

    Thank you all

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    #5

    Re: Would you mind?

    You also need to present it in a larger font.

    I didn't reply because it was too small for me to read.

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    Re: Would you mind?

    ***** I am not a teacher *****

    Quote Originally Posted by nasserph View Post
    Please describe briefly your primary and secondary education?
    That is a statement, not a question. But if it's a direct quote, including the question mark, don't mention it to the institute of higher learning; you might be tossed out on your ear.

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