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Applying under category B
« on: Apr 4th, 2006, 10:27am »
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I am applying under category B for the patent bar exam.  I have more than enough classes to apply under several of the  options under category B.   Is getting approved pretty straight forward if you meet the requirements for category B?  I already have all the required documentation and transcripts from my school.  Should I expect more hassles after I send in my application?  How long should it take to get approved?
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Re: Applying under category B
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I applied under that option as well, no technical degree but lots of hours in Chemistry, physics, biology, etc.
Took about a month to get my application approved.  I don't know if it helped much, but I sent my application in a binder, with tabs for each section.  Cover letter that explained how I met the criteria for each course and the tab number for each course.  
Originals of my transcripts in a tab at the end. Each individual course tab had a copy of the transcript page for that course and course description.  I made it very easy for them to review and approve.    
Good luck.
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