Need help

#1
Had my interview and everything went great and then it went on to my finances because i am 28 living with my partner and we have a mortgage, loan etc etc, they were not willing to put me thru to the next stage without filling in a form about our joint income and expediture is this a polite way of saying get lost? Since the CPO said my interview was great and their only concern is my current finances since i am a little older and have commitments but at the moment my other half is a teacher so is on a good wage and actually the main bread winner at the moment, we know that she would be supporting me thru the training stages.

i am told i have a month to decide whether to fill in the finances form in and get back intouch, i have completed it already as the interview was yesterday and going to drop it off asap but wanted to know if anyone had a little insight as to whether i was basically being told in a nice way "thanks but no thanks!!"

cheers
 
#2
If they meant "Thanks but no thanks", they would have told you so.

Asking you to complete the financial forms means the RN is still interested.
 

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