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Francesca
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Hi Ernst,

I've had a few questions about exam-like situations.

For instance, sometimes people are required to do some type of skills-based test before they are invited to a job interview.

Or people are required to complete a test before they are admitted to a college program.

In those situations, wouldn't you need to cast a Prasna to see whether they succeed in the exam first?

If so, wouldn't you have to look for 1st- 3rd house connections?

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Ernst Wilhelm
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If a person askes, will I get the job ,and if it says yes, then that means if the job requires some type of test they will pass it. 

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@ernst 

Thank you, Ernst!

I have two follow-up questions.

1) What if it's not about a job, but an exam for a college program?

To answer "Will they get admitted into this college program", would you look at 1st - 5th connections?

2) I have two different dates to look at for a "Will they get the job" question.

The first date is the date of the test the job required.

The second date is the date of the interview, should they pass the exam.

Which should I cast the Prashna for?

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I would look at 3rd for any basic college programs and 9th for anything specialized. 

 

For the prashna you should cast a chart for when they asked the question. If you use the date of the test then that will not work as a prashna because its the same for everyone taking the test. You can use the date of the interview as a prasna as that is specific to them. YOu can also examine their chart on the date of interview and job and see if that looks like a good day in respect to their chart. 

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@ernst 

Thank you so much! That makes sense.

I had wondered about whether using a time when multiple people are doing the same thing would work. I'll make sure to use the time the person asked me rather than the time of the intervew then. This was really helpful. Thank you!

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