What EXACTLY do they ask you on the Education and Experience form? Does anyone have a blank sample they might be willing to share? I ask this because I found on another forum that applicants for T/O filled it out seemingly correctly and still got DQ'd:
Do you need pay stubs? What DO you need? Has anyone been through this before? Does college work sudy count?
Also, what does it mean when they say part-time work experience will be "pro-rated"? What is that?
First, calm down. The filing period is not for another four  months and things can change by then (hopefully not).
I've been through it. On the online education and experience form, they will just ask you for your work history and/or what college you went to. As far as work-study, if you got paid with taxes taken out, then it counts. If you did not get paid, then it does not count. You do not need to provide pay stubs.
As far as "pro-rated", let me explain:
They say you need either 5 years of full-time work experience (35 to 40 hours per week). If you have a part-time job in which you've been working 20 hours per week for 10 years, that will also be acceptable.
Now, the old Notice of Examination does say that a baccalaureate (or a bachelor's degree) can substitute for four  years of work experience, in which the candidate would still need one  year of full-time work experience (35 to 40 hours per week).
So say for example the candidate has a bachelor's degree and two  years of part-time work experience (20 hours per week), that would also be acceptable.
Got it? If not, just post what you specifically do not understand.