Certificate Of Speaking Fluently And Not With A Disability?
I need a certificate of fluency in speech and no disability as a requirement to enter PTN, where can I get it? and to what specialist?
Hello Fahrizal, Thank you for the question.
A health certificate, or other similar certificate, is one of the administrative requirements that is usually required if someone wants to register for school / college or work at certain institutions. The doctor will usually conduct an interview about your health and perform a complete physical examination on you before the doctor gives the letter. You can obtain this letter (a certificate of fluency in speech and no disability) from a general practitioner who works in any health facility. You try to make sure in advance with the college you are applying to, whether this letter must be obtained from a government-owned health facility or not because some institutions require a letter issued by a doctor who works in a government health facility such as a local health center or hospital. You also need to pay attention that this certificate usually has a time limit (for example 2 weeks or 1 month) depending on the health facility's policy. Accordingly, you must adjust this letter submission to its validity period.
Even if you have included this letter, it is possible that in the process of your admission, the institution to which you are applying will return to carry out a further medical examination (which is usually more complete) as part of its registration process.
Hope this information is helpful.