Career Clinic: Is my withdrawn training contract better kept secret?
"I had a training contract with a top 10 City firm, but after failing a GDL exam, my contract was withdrawn. I have spoken to a few other students from the same firm and other City firms who are in the same position. Now that we are all reapplying for contracts, is it worth mentioning the previous TC? Surely it is a positive achievement despite the disappointing end? Would it be wise to mention this on a CV/application form, or would it be better to do it face-to-face with recruiters?"
“I had a training contract with a top 10 City firm, but after failing a GDL exam, my contract was withdrawn.
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