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On this page, you can find answers to some Frequently Asked Questions about Teach First. If you would like to get in touch, please visit our contact us page.

Eligibility requirements

What are the minimum academic requirements? If I don’t meet them, can I still apply?

To be eligible for the Leadership Development Programme, we look for the following:

2.1 degree or above (2.2 degrees may also be considered)

A degree or A-levels that satisfy our teaching requirements

Grade C (or equivalent) in GCSE Maths and English (Grade C in one science GCSE is also required for primary teaching).

However, all applications are looked at on a case-by-case basis. If you do not fall within the above criteria but feel you have other attributes that contribute to your application we would urge you to apply and outline these attributes on the application form.

Unfortunately, we cannot be flexible with our GCSE requirements as these are determined by the Department for Education.

More information on our requirements can be found here.

Can I apply with a 2.2 degree classification?

Yes, we not only assess academic performance during the application, we take into account the context in which any qualifications have been earned - as such, 2.2 degrees will also be considered. If you do not fall within the criteria but feel you have other attributes that contribute to your application then we would urge you to apply and outline these attributes on the application form. Please also note any extenuating circumstances on the application form.

Can I use my Master’s degree as eligibility to teach?

We do accept applications from postgraduates, but in order to apply for the Leadership Development Programme you must have an undergraduate degree. We cannot determine what you will be allocated to teach based on your postgraduate (master’s) degree.

Please see below for our list of requirements when applying for the Leadership Development Programme:

2.1 degree or above (2.2 degrees may also be considered)

Have a degree or A-levels that satisfy our teaching requirements.

Grade C (or equivalent) in GCSE Maths and English (Grade C in one science GCSE is also required for primary teaching).

If you feel you meet these requirements, please complete an online application.

I’ve decided to change career and retrain as a teacher. Can I apply?

Yes, as long as you meet our criteria. We welcome applicants at all stages in their careers. We are looking for applicants who can bring our core values to the classroom, and teachers with experience of the work place make excellent role models and leaders.

I graduated a few years ago; do you have any age restrictions?

There are no restrictions on the age of applicants. We want to attract the most talented people onto our Leadership Development Programme irrespective of their age, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, race, religion/belief or disability. If you are already working, we can support your transition into the classroom and during the two-year Leadership Development Programme.

What do I need to teach primary?

For primary teaching, you would be required to hold a degree (2.1 or above) in a primary national curriculum subject or an A*, A or B A-level (or equivalent) in two of these subjects. If you have a Psychology degree (2.1 or above) you will also be eligible to teach in a primary school.

Please see our requirements page for further information on criteria.

I have Scottish qualifications. Are they considered equivalent to A-levels?

Yes, Scottish Advanced Higher qualifications are considered equivalent to our A-level requirements: 

1.    An Advanced Higher grade A is considered equivalent to an A-level grade A*/A.

2.    An Advanced Higher grade B is considered equivalent to an A-level grade B.

I have Irish qualifications. Are they considered equivalent to A-levels?

Yes, if it is the Irish Higher Leaving Certificate with an A1 grade. We can accept an A1 grade at Higher Leaving Certificate in a relevant National Curriculum-aligned subject (two in the case of Science/Primary).

I did the International Baccalaureate. Are they considered equivalent to A-levels?

Yes, IB qualifications are considered equivalent to our A-level requirements:

1.    A grade 7 is considered equivalent to an A-level grade A*/A.

2.    A grade 6 is considered equivalent to an A-level grade B.

Do I need any specific experience before applying to the programme?

You don't need to have any specific teaching experience before applying to the programme. Selection is based on your academic qualifications as well as the ability to demonstrate our competencies and values.

Can I apply if I have already been accepted for a PGCE?

No, if you have accepted a place on a PGCE course this year then you are not able to apply for the Leadership Development Programme. 

Please refer to the Department for Education for more information on the different routes into teaching

Can I apply if I already have Qualified Teacher Status (QTS)?

No, we can only accept candidates who do not already have QTS or a Postgraduate/Professional Graduate Certificate in Education (PGCE).


In the first year, participants undertake an 80% teaching commitment in school, during which they are supported by Teach First, our partner universities and school mentors in training to achieve QTS at the end of the year.

Can I apply to Teach First with a non-national curriculum degree subject?

In the case of some curriculum areas, your eligibility to teach will be determined by your A-levels (or equivalent) instead of your degree. Please check the eligibility requirements for early years, primary and secondary teaching for more information.

Curriculum knowledge will also be assessed as part of the process. If you receive an offer from Teach First, one of the conditions will be the successful completion of a Curriculum Knowledge Assessment. The Curriculum Knowledge Assessment is to ensure that you have the required knowledge to teach and identify areas of knowledge that you will need to further develop before the Summer Institute and beginning teaching in September.

Should you join the Leadership Development Programme, Teach First will allocate you a curriculum area, in which you will teach at least 50% of your timetable. Many of our participants are required to teach another curriculum area as well. This will depend on the needs of your school.

What type of equivalency testing do you accept for GCSEs?

The only equivalent tests we accept are from equivalencytesting.com.

Overseas applications

Can I apply if I have trained overseas?

Unfortunately, we cannot train and qualify people that are already trained overseas as in the UK the government will subsidise teacher training. We therefore cannot progress with your application. However, you could look to train in the UK through the overseas-trained teachers route – you can find more information on the Department for Education website.

Does Teach First sponsor visas?

Participants are not employed by Teach First during their time on the Leadership Development Programme. We are therefore not able to sponsor visa applications.

How do I apply with non-UK qualifications?

It is possible to apply with non-UK qualifications. Please apply via our online application form: you will have the option to tick a non-UK qualifications box, then you can fill in details of any qualifications you have. 
Should you be successful in receiving an offer to the Leadership Development Programme, this will be conditional upon you providing documentation to show your overseas qualifications are equivalent to the UK qualifications we require. We will let you know more about this process at the time; it requires you contacting Naric, a governing body that will provide documentation confirming if your qualifications are equivalent.

Are you able to accept applications from non-UK citizens?

Yes, we do accept overseas applicants. Candidates who need a visa to work in the UK have until April to produce the relevant documentation. This documentation must prove your eligibility to work in the UK for the Summer Institute and the two-year programme in its entirety.

Summer Institute and training

What is Summer Institute?

The Summer Institute is our 5 week residential training programme which we run every summer to help prepare you to join your new school in September. This year, Summer Institute is taking place between 23rd June - 28th July 2019. 
The first 4 weeks will take place in the Local Area you are placed in. Weeks 1 and 4 take place at the University where you will be doing your PGDE. Weeks 2 and 3 take place in a local school. Week 5 then takes place in a location where the entire cohort for 2019 will come together and you will get to enjoy our Teacher Development Conference.

Will I be paid during the Summer Institute?

Accommodation, transport and food expenses are provided over the Summer Institute. However, we are aware that there are those who will require financial support over this period and August. We would not want applicants to be discouraged from applying due to financial reasons, so please contact recruitment@teachfirst.org.uk for details around support that we can offer.

I have a family and I am not able to stay away for the Summer Institute, is there anything I can do?

We can provide support for participants with young children to care for. It is not compulsory to use the accommodation we provide for Weeks 1-4, you can commute in each day. During Week 5 you will have to join the cohort in a TBC location. However, we will be able to make adjustments to accommodate your needs.  If you have opened an application, please get in touch with your recruitment officer to make them. 

Making an application

Are you open for applications/when is the deadline?

We are now open for applications to join the Leadership Development Programme in 2020. We fill our vacancies as soon as we find strong candidates who meet our competency and academic requirements, so we recommend you apply as soon as possible. Find out more and apply now.

How do I apply?

If you are interested in joining our Leadership Development Programme, then please visit our about the programme pages to start an online application.

Can I apply when I’m in my first year of university?

If you are still in your first year, you will not be eligible to apply at this stage. Candidates still at university will need to be in either the penultimate year or final year to be eligible to apply for the Leadership Development Programme.

If you’re not yet in your penultimate or final year of study there are still a number of ways you can get involved with Teach First. Please speak to your Recruitment Officer or head to our "Opportunities at university" pages for further information.

Can I apply before my final year?

Most of our applicants apply when they are in their final year of university or after they have graduated. However, you can apply in your penultimate year of university with a view to defer until you finish university.

Do you accept CVs?

To ensure all applicants are treated equally, we are not able to accept CVs – our application is a standardised online process.

If you’re unable to complete your form online because of a disability, please contact a member of our recruitment team at recruitment@teachfirst.org.uk.

I have forgotten my username and/or password, what should I do?

If you are experiencing any problems with your login, please reset your password or contact faq@teachfirst.org.uk.

If I have an offer but later find out I entered my academic details incorrectly will I lose my offer?

If you discover following an offer that you have entered any of your academic details incorrectly and these affect your eligibility to teach on the programme, it is possible that your offer may be rescinded.

If the mistake does not affect your eligibility to teach on the programme you may still be able to continue through the offer process. However, the information will still need to be updated.

If you believe you have entered any details incorrectly on the application form, you must ensure you notify the Recruitment Team immediately by emailing recruitment@teachfirst.org.uk.

What is the best thing an applicant can do?

Make the most of the resources, hints and tips available to you on the Teach First website. Get in touch with Teach First, we are always on hand to go through the details of your application and can offer tailored advice on both your eligibility for the Leadership Development Programme and how you can demonstrate the competencies. You can arrange a call by emailing recruitment@teachfirst.org.uk. At this stage Teach First isn't there to assess you but to ensure you have all the relevant information needed to submit the strongest possible application.

What does the situational judgement test involve?

This test will give several school-based scenarios with a number of possible approaches. You will need to rate how appropriate each approach would be. There is no right or wrong answer and each applicant will approach situations differently, so go with your instinct.

When do you collect references?

If you are successful throughout the recruitment process, you will be made a conditional offer to join the Leadership Development Programme.  As a condition of your offer, you are required to provide the details of nominated referees and confirm that they can be contacted.

If I am having technical difficulties with my application, what should I do?

If you are having technical problems with the application form, for example if the page isn’t loading, you might find it helpful to try the following:

1.    Check that cookies and JavaScript are enabled on your browser.

2.    Close all browser windows then open a fresh one.

3.    Check the speed of your internet connection: if your internet connection is slow, website pages can be slow to load and will eventually "time out" if the information is not transferring fast enough.

If your application is not being saved correctly please make sure you are using the next and previous buttons to navigate through the application, rather than the navigation bar at the top of the page.

If you’re having a different technical issue, then please get in contact and we'll be happy to help.

What if I have made a mistake on the application form?

If you realise, after submitting your application form, that you have entered anything incorrectly, including academic details, please email recruitment@teachfirst.org.uk immediately so that your information can be updated.

Can I apply with a disability?

We are committed to ensuring that all our candidates are treated fairly and with respect, irrespective of their gender, sexual orientation, marital status, age, race, religion/belief or disability. You will be asked to describe your disability as part of your application but this information remains confidential and is only used in monitoring our process.

Therefore, if you require any reasonable adjustments to be made to our selection process or would like to talk to a member of our recruitment team please email recruitment@teachfirst.org.uk.

If you are invited to a selection day at our development centre we would ask that you also contact us at that point to inform us of any special requirements you will need at your selection day and we will endeavour to accommodate them.

If I don’t think I have all the competencies. Should I hold off applying until I do?

You aren't expected to demonstrate the competencies from one particular experience. Think about all your experiences, whether they are from a professional, personal, academic, volunteering, hobby or sporting activity. If you are unsure about meeting the competency requirements speak to the people who know you best as they may recall examples where you have demonstrated the skills and behaviours we’re looking for.
On the application form, you select the third competency Teach First assess you on – so it’s a perfect opportunity for you to demonstrate the competency you feel most confident about.

What are the Teach First competencies?

Teach First has eight competencies, which form a fundamental part of what it looks for in candidates:

•    Humility, respect and empathy
•    Interaction
•    Understanding and motivation
•    Leadership
•    Planning and organising
•    Problem solving
•    Resilience
•    Self-evaluation
Each is outlined on the Teach First website, detailing what its assessors are looking for.

I am in my penultimate year of University, how should I enter my grades and modules?

Please enter your expected Degree classification based on the results you have received.  Enter all the module results you have received for your first and second year, for those that you don't know the result for please list them as 'pending'.  To proceed with your application you will need to enter 'Not applicable' in the third and fourth year modules boxes.

Our selection process

Am I able to receive feedback on my application/development centre?

Last year we received thousands of applications for the Leadership Development Programme. Unfortunately, this means we can’t reply to feedback requests at the application stage. We really appreciate the time you have taken to submit your application, which is why every application is assessed for consistency and fairness.

However, we can offer feedback to candidates who attended a selection day at our development centre. When you receive your results by email, you’ll be offered the option to request feedback.

I am going away travelling. When can I attend a selection day if my application is successful?

After submitting an application, you will be notified of the outcome within 10 days. If successful, you will then be invited to attend a selection day at our development centre.

We run selection days throughout the year, so we will aim to be flexible and book you in at a time that suits you.

However, please be aware that we recruit on a rolling basis, so if you delay your development centre for a long time then there is a risk that your desired curriculum area may fill up before you can attend.

What are the stages of the Teach First selection process?

1. You’ll start by completing the online application form. The application asks for your degree and pre-degree academic qualifications, information about yourself and any preferences you may have with regards to the programme. Teach First also asks you to complete three competency-based questions and a situational judgement test.

2. Your application will be screened by two trained assessors who won’t have access to any of your personal details, to ensure a bias-free process. You will hear the outcome of this within ten working days. If you’re successful you’ll be invited to a selection day, which is held at the organisation's national office in London.

3. The selection day consists of a competency-based interview, participating in a group case study and teaching a sample lesson. As part of your invitation to the selection day you will receive more details on these elements, as well as travel and other general information. Seven days before your selection day you will receive a list of lesson titles and will need to select one of these to base your sample lesson on. You will also receive a call from Teach First, which is your chance to ask any questions and to hear about the structure of the day. There will also be an opportunity to discuss what the possible outcomes may be. With preparation for the day it can be easy to fall into the trap of focusing on the seven-minute lesson, but each element of the day carries equal weighting, so it is important to spend time preparing for the interview and thinking about how you might demonstrate our competencies in the group task.

4. You will hear back within three weeks of your attending. If you’re successful you will receive a provisional offer for a curriculum area and the region you would be based in during the programme. It will also include information on the tasks you need to complete to confirm your offer, including:

- Sending reference details covering the previous two years
- Booking and completing your QTS tests (the government’s pre-teacher-training tests in numeracy and literacy)
- Completing a curriculum knowledge assessment. In this, you'll develop an action plan of how you’ll get yourself up to speed with knowledge of the subject(s) you will teach. This will be assessed by a tutor from one of Teach First’s partner universities.

5. Once these tasks have been approved you’ll receive a confirmed offer and begin preparations to join the Leadership Development Programme.

What is a selection day?

The selection day at our development centre is the beginning of Teach First's investment in you. Unlike an assessment centre, it’s not just about the skills you have right now – it’s an opportunity to demonstrate your potential to learn and develop further.

Throughout the day you’ll be given actionable feedback that will help you improve your performance – immediately and in the longer term. Although the focus is on your development, it is a selection day. This means Teach First will select participants for the programme based on the behaviours and potential you demonstrate on the day.

Do you only run selection days in London?

Most of the development centres take place in The Head Office in, however, Teach First will be running regional selection days in some areas across the country. To find out about these you would need to have a call with a member of the team so they can give you the most up to date information.

What are the Teach First competencies?

Teach First has eight competencies, which form a fundamental part of what it looks for in candidates:

•    Humility, respect and empathy
•    Interaction
•    Understanding and motivation
•    Leadership
•    Planning and organising
•    Problem solving
•    Resilience
•    Self-evaluation
Each is outlined on the Teach First website, detailing what its assessors are looking for.

Location and subject allocation

Does Teach First offer a reserve system if what I want to teach is full?

No; should a curriculum area you are eligible to teach have reached capacity for one cohort’s intake and you are eligible to teach something else, we will make you an offer for the curriculum area where we still have availability/need.

What are the schools like?

We prioritise schools which:

1.    Have more than 50% of their pupils living in the lowest 30% of the Income Deprivation Affecting Children Index (IDACI)

2.    Have low attainment of 5+ A*-C GCSEs among their students. Teach First works in schools whose results fall below the lowest 30% of the national distribution.

Teach First partner schools vary in their ethnic make-ups, the age of their buildings and the communities they are in, but they will are often  be in challenging areas. In all schools the Head Teachers have asked to employ Teach First participants and have agreed to provide the level of support required by us.

Will participants in Wales embark on a different programme to participants in England?

The core Leadership Development Programme will be offered in both countries. The Welsh qualification framework is different to the English one, but both are interchangeable in terms of post-qualification employment in either country.

In addition, the Welsh government allows for an optional (but strongly encouraged) Masters in Education Practice for newly-qualified teachers – this is open to Teach First participants in Wales. The programme curriculum will be specific to the Welsh school and education system context and at the moment, we only place in secondary schools.

The overall Leadership Development Programme will also be developed and delivered in ways which are relevant to the context and needs of the schools in each area in Wales.

I’d like to teach science. How can I boost my subject knowledge?

If you have A-levels at Grade B (or above) in biology, chemistry or physics, or have studied a science degree, you can still be a physics or chemistry specialist in school.

Teach First will actively support you in accessing a Subject Knowledge Enhancement (SKE) programme to develop your existing knowledge. The SKE course will be available to eligible candidates at no charge.

Can I teach the age group or subject I want?

Teach First’s eligibility is determined by the schools it works with and by its university partners, so do have a look at the organisation's requirements. Not all curriculum areas are available in every location, so it’s important that you look into this early on in the process.
You may be eligible to teach from your pre-degree qualifications, such as A-levels, Scottish Advanced Highers or other equivalent qualifications.
You may have strong initial views about where you want to work and what you want to teach and you can rank these preferences on your application form. Teach First will take this into account but please be aware the focus is on placing highly motivated individuals where they are most needed. If you have extenuating circumstances that mean you need to stay in a particular location, please speak to the organisation about this as soon as you open your application so it can advise you.

Can I choose where I will be allocated?

Our key strength is our mission-focused approach to targeting educational inequality, which allows us to place teachers where there is the greatest need for them. This flexibility is crucial to addressing educational disadvantage.

You may have strong views about where you want to work but our focus is on placing highly-motivated individuals where they are most needed and we recommend that you be open minded about location. During the application you will be able to state your preferences; all preferences and any extenuating circumstances will be taken into account but we are not able to guarantee you will be placed in your first choice. We must prioritise the needs of the schools and their children over the preferences of our applicants.

What if what I want to teach is now closed?

If your chosen curriculum area is closed for the current intake you will not be able to apply for it in that recruitment year. You can apply for vacancies in the following year when they open (usually July). Please note we do sometimes review and change our requirements for a new recruitment year and therefore we would advise checking our website when we reopen to ensure you are still eligible to apply.

I can see you’re a national programme, but I can’t relocate. Should I still apply?

Our key strength is our vision-focused approach to address educational disadvantage; this allows us to place teachers where there is the greatest need in any of our Local Areas. This flexibility is crucial to achieving our mission of addressing educational disadvantage.

You may have strong initial views about where you want to work but our focus is on placing highly motivated participants where they are most needed, and we recommend that you be open minded about location.

During the application you will be able to state your location preferences.  All preferences and any extenuating circumstances will be taken into account, but we are not able to guarantee you will be placed in your first choice. If you haven’t already, get in touch with your Application Management Officer to chat through your circumstances. 

I’m quite flexible with relocating, but I’m worried about being isolated and meeting people. Do you provide help with this?

You will meet lots of likeminded individuals on the Leadership Development Programme. Your Summer Institute, which is based in the Local Area you have been assigned to, is a fantastic way to start to build your network. Hundreds of participants will be in the same situation as you, who will also be looking to make friends. You’ll meet people at lectures, events and socials.  There are ambassadors in each local area too, who have completed the programme, as well as those going into their second year of the programme – they’ll have lots of recommendations for how to settle into local life!


What is Teach First?

We are an education charity working with others to give every child the right to a decent education. Since 2002 thousands of individuals have joined the Teach First Leadership Development Programme (LDP) in schools across England and Wales and helped change the lives of thousands of young people in low-income communities. 

The LDP is a programme encompassing high-quality teacher and leadership training, supportive coaching, work experience and a Postgraduate Diploma in Education and Leadership qualification (worth double the credits of a PGCE). The knowledge and skills gained can be taken forward into any career. That’s why many businesses recognise our programme’s ability to effect change and develop leaders for the future. Put simply, they know that graduates who can engage, stimulate and inspire in the classroom can handle pretty much any situation in any organisation. 

Your LDP is a two-year commitment, but we want it to be the foundation of a life-long engagement with our work to ensure every young person has an education they can be proud of. As well as training inspirational teachers in the classroom, we support our network of ambassadors – those who have completed the LDP - to drive forward change in education in influential leadership positions in education, business and beyond. 

Is it compulsory to complete the two years of the Leadership Development Programme?

We require all participants to commit to the two-year Leadership Development Programme. To complete the training to become a qualified teacher you must complete the two and the programme's leadership development events. If you do not complete the two years, you will not graduate as a Teach First ambassador and as such will not have access to the Teach First ambassador programme and its benefits. 

Most importantly, we believe that we best address educational inequality by ensuring that all our participants complete the minimum two-year commitment they have given to their schools and pupils. 

Some people join us knowing they want to stay in education; some are sure that they don’t; and others are uncertain about their plans. All of them find the experience of our Leadership Development Programme to be powerful, rewarding and enlightening. And all are changed by it.  

Am I likely to be teaching anything other than my Qualified Teacher Status curriculum area in my school?

In many instances our participants are expected to teach something else as well as the area they are working in to gain Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) in. In fact, some of our current participants teach up to 50% of their timetable in another curriculum area, dependent on the needs of the school in which they are placed. 

In your first year you are not likely to be able to influence your school's choice of timetable, but you will always be guaranteed at least 50% time in your QTS curriculum area. Once you are qualified and have established good relationships in your school, it may be easier in your second year to request the opportunity of teaching an additional area you are interested in. 

Throughout the Summer Institute there will be opportunities for you to gain a better understanding of your additional curriculum area. We will offer support through sessions and workshops, discussing teaching issues with ambassadors and Associate Tutors, and networking and developing 'buddying' relationships with fellow colleagues whose principle curriculum area is your additional one. There are also curriculum-based online forums on our community website where you can access support and ideas from participants and ambassadors whose principle curriculum area is your additional one. 

Within our placement schools we work closely with Head Teachers and mentors to ensure you also receive sufficient help and support for any additional curriculum areas you are teaching. 

What is the difference between Teach First and the PGCE route?

A traditional PGCE is a one-year postgraduate training course, delivered in partnership between a university and its partner schools, and including at least 120 days of classroom observation and teaching practice within the course. A PGCE student is not employed in a full-time teaching post until after their training year is complete and they have gained their Postgraduate Certificate in Education (which includes QTS). As part of their course they will do blocks of teaching practice in a number of schools but will not have sole responsibility for the pupils they teach. 

At Teach First, we run a two-year Leadership Development Programme, designed to recruit people who would not otherwise do a PGCE or take another route into teaching, but who agree that educational inequality needs to be addressed and want to do something about it. 

The two years start with a university-based, five-week Summer Institute which includes teaching practice. Then in September, Teach First participants take up posts in schools on an 80% teachers’ timetable, and continue to train towards gaining a Postgraduate Diploma in Education and Leadership, worth double the credits of a PGCE (with QTS) while working. Our participants are paid and work as teachers for the whole two years in their school. Teach First is therefore an employment-based route into teaching. 

Please be aware that we cannot accept an application from anyone who has accepted a position on a PGCE course.

Do you work with Special Educational Needs (SEN)?

Teach First works in Early Years, primary and secondary schools across England and in Wales. We prioritise schools which: 

1. Have more than 50% of their pupils living in the lowest 30% of the Income Deprivation Affecting Children Index (IDACI).

2. Have low attainment of 5+ A*-C GCSEs among their students. Teach First works in schools whose results fall below the lowest 30% of the national distribution. 

Unfortunately we do not currently have the resources to be able to offer SEN placements. If you would like to find out more about becoming a SEN teacher please contact the Department for Education.


What should I do if I wish to raise a complaint?

Any complaint will be treated seriously. If you would like to raise a complaint regarding our recruitment and selection procedure, please put it in writing and send details of your complaint, marked FAO: Director of Recruitment, to recruitment@teachfirst.org.uk. 

I've looked everywhere on your website but I can't find the answer to an important question. Can I contact you directly?

Absolutely! If you have looked at the website and FAQ section and still can’t find the answer to your question, you can contact us at recruitment@teachfirst.org.uk or on 0203 862 8546 

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