Help needed on filling Schedule 1 (Education)

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Subject: Help needed on filling Schedule 1 (Education)
  In schedule 1 form, section 10 - Education, there are 4 boxes as below:
1) Elementary / Primary School
2) Secondary High School
3) University / College
4) Trade School or other post secondary school

Can someone please break this out for me (as I am bit confused), I have following:
1st to 12 grade (10 + 2)
4 years of B.E
3 years of Masters

Thank you in advance..

[15-07-2008,22:02]
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Brickwall
(in reply to: Help needed on filling Schedule 1 (Education))
elementary is 1-7
secondary is 8-12
University is your 4 year B.E.

[15-07-2008,22:19]
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Sharon
(in reply to: Help needed on filling Schedule 1 (Education))
Thanks,

Would my master´s degree (at univ) also be included in the university / college (#3)?

[15-07-2008,23:05]
[**.49.13.229]
Brickwall
(in reply to: Help needed on filling Schedule 1 (Education))
yes. I think that pushes you to the top level of education marks
[15-07-2008,23:23]
[**.155.160.37]
Sharon
(in reply to: Help needed on filling Schedule 1 (Education))
Great!
One more question please..
On Additional Family Information form, it says to complete ALL names in English and in your native langague (for ex: Arabic, Cyrillic...etc).
Where do I put the name in native language? in the same cell where name is written in English (for all memebers) or do I attach additional sheet just for the name in native langague..

Your help is appreciated.

[15-07-2008,23:31]
[**.49.13.229]
Brickwall
(in reply to: Help needed on filling Schedule 1 (Education))
give the english name and native language name in (brackets)
[16-07-2008,00:12]
[**.155.160.37]
Sharon
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Submission Code (SX7219) Copy The Code From The Left found in the brackets
Name
Email
Reply Subject
Reply Message


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