I am currently studying Level 3 Game Development for 2 years, and hopefully I will be studying a Foundation degree for Games Technology for another 2 years if I pass the course. I will have a great understanding how the video game industry works, and I will develop many skills that would meet, and exceed the expectations for the role. I want to have a job that I have a passion towards. I have a creative imagination, and hopefully I can use that to my advantage. I watch a lot of anime in my spare time, and it makes me think differently about life, this potentially means I can be more creative, because I have a better understanding of a different culture within the world.
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16 Secrets for Writing Cover Letters That Get You Hired
To capitalize on your first impression and ensure a lasting impact, the cover letter is a handy tool — when wielded properly. Be sure to avoid typos, grammatical errors and misspelled words. As your first contact with the employer, the cover letter really serves as a writing sample and proof or not!
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