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“An insurance company will write to the applicant's doctor (s), and conduct a background check.”
“Others offer a more positive reason for checking an applicant's Facebook profile.”
“Wake Forest University Admissions Dean Martha Allman says her younger staffers like to see an applicant's "digital personality.”
“Of survey takers who went online, 12% say what they found "negatively impacted" the applicant's chances of admission.”
“Here's the key reason, according to an FDA briefing document: "The study was not stopped at a planned interim analysis and early study stopping invalidated the applicant's Special Protocol Assessment.”
“Because of this privacy statute the College Board can only inform a university that an applicant's test scores have been "cancelled".”
“With fresh updates that included the ability to upload several resumes, determine an applicant's hiring eligibility and conduct a more advanced search, users were excited to test out "USAJOBS 3.0.”
“So how can an employer, for example, verify an applicant's medal claims when any supporting paperwork is said to have been lost?”
“- Prove the applicant's immigration status (FM3 o FM2).”
“He says questions are often written in complex ways so they end up measuring an applicant's test-taking sophistication, rather than specific knowledge about insurance.”
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