what does “delete as appropriate” mean?

i am trying to fill up my application form and i can’t understand this phrase, i mean, what do i have to delete?

please help


9 Answers

  • Primeval0
    1 month ago

    On forms, you must cross out or put a line through multiple choice answers that don’t apply to you.

    For example, if someone asked you ‘Which continent do you live on?’


    (delete as appropriate)

    You would cross out all the continents you didn’t live on.

  • ?
    5 days ago

    Delete As Appropriate

  • Dreamer
    7 days ago

    This means that you should CROSS OUT the things that don’t apply to you, and KEEP as they are those which apply to you. For example, you might be asked to choose your title (and delete as appropriate): Mr/Miss/Mrs/Dr …If, for example, Mr is the only one that applies to you, then you’ve to leave it as it is, and cross out all the other options that don’t apply to you. Good luck.

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    so here’s an example:

    Title (delete as appropriate): Miss, Mrs, Mr etc etc

    you have to cross them all out except the one that applies to you. So if you are a Miss, in this example, you cross out the other two

    Hope that helped!


  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    its means tp cross out what doesn’t apply to you.

    for example if it says: Miss/Mrs/Ms/Mr before your name you would cross out all the ones that don’t apply and just leave the correct one showing.

    Its the same as if you get a party invite that says:

    I will/will not be attending.

    You cross one out to make the correct reply.

    Hope this helps.

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    Hum, I think that that particular instruction was intended for the person who printed out the generic application form (obviously he did not do what he was told), not for you.

  • ?
    1 month ago

    Oh. My. God. Seriously.

    You DELETE as APPROPIATE. You scribble out what you need to. I hope you’re not applying to be a teacher or something

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    I think Kate M’s right.

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    Whatever doesn’t apply.

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