Well, I’m trying to go to France. So, I’d like to write a diary about it in my blog, so that after I achieve it, I can look back and see what I’ve done. I’ve already done a few things, like learning French. So, on July 16th, I’ll take TCF exam (Test de Connaissance du Français) and I’m hoping to get a B2 level (Among these levels: A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, C2). My current level is B1, but I’m studying some materials in order to get to B2. Well, it’s a little bit unlikely, but for the sake of exam or not, I need to learn more French.

In the meantime, I follow the bureaucracy process of collecting my degrees and certificates. I called my BA university to see what I need. They said that I need to have worked for 4 years after my BA, because I had been granted a free education during BA. Well, I have 3 years and 9 months of working experience with no insurance history. I think I’m too lucky that they don’t care about the insurance thing. Otherwise, none of my working years would count and I would need to pay about $3000 to compensate for it. Now, I guess only $500 is needed.

Well, that’s enough for today. I’ll keep you informed.

6 Comments

  1. A

    I wish you luck. for the other part which is attempting you do it on your own…
    you will succeed I am sure. I dont know how it can be explained but I miss you here and it is very odd for I never saw you, and anywhere you might be it would make no different apparently.

    • Anonymous

      Well “A”, I don’t know what to say. You’re right. We’ve never met and we’re never gonna meet, either, even though we live only a few couple of kilometers apart! That’s the beauty of it. I like the suspense. No matter where I live. We can always be in touch. 🙂

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