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Are there any prerequisites for being an ambassador? Is a high SmartScore level required?

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Just wondering, since most ambassadors have a SmartScore level of 50+. I also heard an application form is required...
Most ambassadors have a smartscore of 50+ because you will usually get a smartscore above 50 after being on this site for several weeks. Prerequisites for being ambassador are knowing how the site works, and being able to explain that to new users. read this post to know all about it:
Thanks for answering my query :)

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I'm a new, but old member of OS. I'm aware of how the site operates and all the navigational functions present on it..
Good then! All the best :)
why do you wanna be a mod or ambassador :P lol

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