Robin
How would you say this? I'm applying for something called OINP. Every new grad with a master's or PHD qualify for that OINP. However, they only accept 6000 people to apply annually. I want to emphasize the limit of 6000 but i dont know how to express that. Can I say. ONIP has a litmit of 6000 people to apply? or ONIP has a limit of 6000 quota?Is the "quota" the right word here? -------- Next I want to say....because of limit of 6000 quota, people have to compete over each other. In this sentence, I would like to express a situation that people have to go to the website as fast as possible to get a quota....is it a quota right word here?? Thank you!
Nov 8, 2017 3:33 PM
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You could say, "In order to secure a spot among the quota of 6000 applicants, those interested have to apply via the website as soon as possible."
November 8, 2017
Thanks Rebecca. But what if I would like to express how people complete with each other? Can they something they have to crow into the website as soon as possible or as fast as possible?
November 8, 2017
Hi Robin! ...because they have a set quota of 6,000, people have to compete with each other.
November 8, 2017
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