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    Correct usage of 'qualified for'?

    Dear All,

    Could you point out the correct usage.

    1. I qualified for MDRT membership for two consecutive years

    2. I qualified MDRT membership for two consecutive years

    Thanks & Regards,
    Dr Mazhar Khan

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    Re: Correct usage of 'qualified for'?

    Thank you Gil for helping me and sorting it out.

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