Help Needed

Luck

Well-known member
#1
Can Someone give me feedback on this. This was the reason I was given for my denial as SWAT


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I will be reapplying for SWAT in a few days and wanna maximize my odds of getting accepted so here is a screenshot of my scenario.


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Ayoub

Active member
#5
In the old days i spent 3 hours typing my SWAT application, i did research on the web i learned how SWAT operates i was sure my application was good i spent effort on it without copy paste from any other place. In the end it was rejected and the reason was "missing detail" I swore to never apply to anything after that.
 

King Cr1TiKaL

Active member
#6
In the old days i spent 3 hours typing my SWAT application, i did research on the web i learned how SWAT operates i was sure my application was good i spent effort on it without copy paste from any other place. In the end it was rejected and the reason was "missing detail" I swore to never apply to anything after that.
Good ol' JP denying them apps! :)

Good times, lol.
 

Connor

Member
#8
i got rejected for the same reason, tells me fuck all... i wrote 179 words, i would say that is sufficent for a question like this.
Mine was almost 500 words for the question. Honestly, it doesn't hurt to just put in some effort and write an actual scenario through and through. It doesn't take that long to write that many words and you wouldn't be waiting 5 days now.

After reading my answer, I don't see how you could possibly fit an entire scenario in 200 words.
 
#9
Some times it doesn't really make a difference the amount of words that are in your response, just that you make sure to put the right words. Make sure you cover everything in detail that actually would need to go down in a hostage roleplay situation where you are in control as swat leader.