Let me explain why most of the appeals(JC) ends before 31JAN

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Let me explain why most of the appeals(JC) ends before 31JAN

Postby FrekiWang » Mon Jan 14, 2013 10:12 am

Most of the JCs are conducting appeal exercise before Jan 31.

You you are 1 or 2 points away (or tie with) from last year's COP, you should know you won't/may not be accepted under normal JAE admission.

Some JC requires to be put in the first choice, especially better ones. They want to make sure you appeal because you like the school but not because you want to be better titled.

Most of the JC won't accept appeals after 31 Jan. Here is the reason:

On 1 Feb, you have to report to the JC that JAE(MOE) posts you to. There are two possible cases:

If you go to report, the school will register you under their school, you are OFFICIALLY a student of that school from that day onwards. If another JC accepts you appeal after that, this JC has to make request to TRANFERR you out from the original school. This is a three-party agreement, if your original school does not want to let you go, you cannot be transferred out.

If you never go to report, the school will take as you have given up the chance. If no school accept your appeal after this date, you will have NO SCHOOL to go.

Therefore, most of the JCs will only accept appeals and give you confirmation/rejection before Jan 31. Once you are accepted, you can report to this school on 1 Feb instead of the posting school.

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Re: Let me explain why most of the appeals(JC) ends before 3

Postby Dreamgear » Mon Jan 14, 2013 1:34 pm

FrekiWang wrote:Most of the JCs are conducting appeal exercise before Jan 31.

You you are 1 or 2 points away (or tie with) from last year's COP, you should know you won't/may not be accepted under normal JAE admission.

Some JC requires to be put in the first choice, especially better ones. They want to make sure you appeal because you like the school but not because you want to be better titled.

Most of the JC won't accept appeals after 31 Jan. Here is the reason:

On 1 Feb, you have to report to the JC that JAE(MOE) posts you to. There are two possible cases:

If you go to report, the school will register you under their school, you are OFFICIALLY a student of that school from that day onwards. If another JC accepts you appeal after that, this JC has to make request to TRANFERR you out from the original school. This is a three-party agreement, if your original school does not want to let you go, you cannot be transferred out.

If you never go to report, the school will take as you have given up the chance. If no school accept your appeal after this date, you will have NO SCHOOL to go.

Therefore, most of the JCs will only accept appeals and give you confirmation/rejection before Jan 31. Once you are accepted, you can report to this school on 1 Feb instead of the posting school.



from where did you derive this from?

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Re: Let me explain why most of the appeals(JC) ends before 3

Postby whitecorp » Mon Jan 14, 2013 9:23 pm

FrekiWang wrote:Most of the JCs are conducting appeal exercise before Jan 31.

You you are 1 or 2 points away (or tie with) from last year's COP, you should know you won't/may not be accepted under normal JAE admission.

Some JC requires to be put in the first choice, especially better ones. They want to make sure you appeal because you like the school but not because you want to be better titled.

Most of the JC won't accept appeals after 31 Jan. Here is the reason:

On 1 Feb, you have to report to the JC that JAE(MOE) posts you to. There are two possible cases:

If you go to report, the school will register you under their school, you are OFFICIALLY a student of that school from that day onwards. If another JC accepts you appeal after that, this JC has to make request to TRANFERR you out from the original school. This is a three-party agreement, if your original school does not want to let you go, you cannot be transferred out.

If you never go to report, the school will take as you have given up the chance. If no school accept your appeal after this date, you will have NO SCHOOL to go.

Therefore, most of the JCs will only accept appeals and give you confirmation/rejection before Jan 31. Once you are accepted, you can report to this school on 1 Feb instead of the posting school.


So your point is?

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